Leadership: Texas Hold 'Em Style
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What is a Hero?: The American Heroes Press Short Story Anthology
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Bullets, Bombs, and Fast Talk: Twenty-Five Years of FBI War Stories
James Botting  More Info

About the Federal Bureau of Investigation

The FBI originated from a force of Special Agents created in 1908 by Attorney General Charles Bonaparte during the Presidency of Theodore Roosevelt. The two men first met when they both spoke at a meeting of the Baltimore Civil Service Reform Association. Roosevelt, then Civil Service Commissioner, boasted of his reforms in federal law enforcement.


On July 26, 2006, the Federal Bureau of Investigation celebrated 98 years of public service. On that day in the year 1908, Attorney General Charles Bonaparte ordered 9 newly hired detectives, 13 civil rights investigators, and 12 accountants to take on investigative assignments in areas such as antitrust, peonage, and land fraud. Today, that small group of 34 investigators has grown into a cadre of over 30,000 employees.




Selected books by Federal Bureau of Investigation Law Enforcement officials.

Chicago Warriors Midnight Battles in the Windy City
John M. Wills  More Info

Five Star First Edition Mystery - Cracks In The Rainbow (Five Star First Edition Mystery)
Mark Bouton  More Info

Hunting the American Terrorist: The FBI's War on Homegrown Terror
Terry Turchie  More Info

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