New Book on How the FBI Broke Its Own Rules
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The forthcoming book UNABOMBER: How the FBI Broke Its Own Rules to Capture the Terrorist Ted Kaczynski will be published by the History Publishing Company on June 17
Pre-pub galleys were sent to the traditional pre-pub reviewers and several authors seasoned in the genre.
The book is uniquely authored by the three key FBI individuals who ran the case that changed the FBI from the tradition-bound, media-shy agency of J. Edgar Hoover, to the high-tech, media- savvy agency of today. Jim Freeman, the SAC appointed by FBI Director Louis Freeh, Terry Turchie, the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the UNABOM Task Force, and Max Noel, the Supervisory Special Agent of the UNABOM Task Force, and arresting Special Agent, recount the fascinating story of the FBI’s dramatic change from the “corner office” to the Agent on the wind-swept streets.
Ronald Kessler, New York Times Bestselling author of The Secrets of the FBI was the first to register his thoughts:
“UNABOMBER is a fascinating inside account of how tenacious FBI agents solved one of the biggest cases in the history of the bureau. As spine-tingling as any thriller, the book candidly lays out the FBI’s missteps in pursuing the case initially and masterfully shows how the good guys battled the bureaucracy and used their wits to finally bring an end to the terror that swept the nation.”
UNABOMBER: How the FBI Broke Its Own Rules to Capture the Terrorist Ted Kaczynski 9781940773063, hardcover $27.95, will be published by the History Publishing Company on June 17, 2014. It will be in bookstores nationally in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Contact: Don Bracken, firstname.lastname@example.org, (Tel) 845-398-8161
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