Above Suspicion

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Simon & Schuster, 1993 - Social Science - 284 pages
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A harrowing account of crime and conscience that exposes the dark side of the nation's top law-enforcement agency and the complex workings of the human heart. When rookie FBI agent Mark Putnam's illicit involvement with an informant turns into a fatal attraction, he kills in a fit of passion, unwittingly commiting the "perfect" crime. NBC miniseries based on the book to air in November. Photos.

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Uncommonly trenchant account of the only known FBI agent to confess to murder. Mark Putnam's admission in June 1989 that he'd killed an informant stunned his Bureau supervisors. In previous two years ... Read full review

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Rookie FBI agent Mark Putnam was pleased with his assignment to an office in the hill country of Kentucky as it would allow him the freedom and independence to make a name for himself and get ahead ... Read full review


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