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The FBI Encyclopedia was written by and Michael Newton. The 448 page book was published by McFarland in 2003 with an ISBN 10 of 1476604177. Most books are now available in ebook, pdf and audible formats. If you need more information about this publication, it can be purchased at Amazon.com or Google Books. If the book is older and/or out of print book try to locate a copy on eBay.com. The FBI Encyclopedia mentions 2 serial killers including Richard Laurence Marquette. The author Michael Newton has 19 book(s) listed on Killer.Cloud used for the purpose of documenting facts about Serial Killers listed in our database.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, America's most famous law enforcement agency, was established in 1908 and ever since has been the subject of countless books, articles, essays, congressional investigations, television programs and motion pictures--but even so it remains an enigma to many, deliberately shrouded in mystery on the basis of privacy or national security concerns. This encyclopedia has entries on a broad range of topics related to the FBI, including biographical sketches of directors, agents, attorneys general, notorious fugitives, and people (well known and unknown) targeted by the FBI; events, cases and investigations such as ILLWIND, ABSCAM and Amerasia; FBI terminology and programs such as COINTELPRO and VICAP; organizati...
19 Books Books By Michael Newton
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2 Total Serial Killers Mentioned
15 Books Books about Richard Laurence Marquett...
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Serial Killer Richard Laurence Marquette
7 Books Books about Hubert Pilcik
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Serial Killer Hubert Pilcik