No Left Turns
Praeger, 1975 - 214 pages
This is a book about peace and war in J. Edgar Hoover's FBI. It is a book about the slapstick war between Olympus, the Seat of Government in Washington, and the Field a fiefdom held personally by the Director and composed of the rest of the United States. It is a book about the games FBI people played to survive both peace and war, and about some of the casualties.
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