John D. Boniol

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Covering the training and work of Special Agents, the operations of the Laboratory and the Identification Division but not the activities of the director and other high-level administrators, [FBI] is a glorification of the bureau. There is no mention of past illegal FBI maneuvers nor of the controversies that have surrounded the agency, and the inclusion of current "Ten Most-Wanted Criminals" posters is useless since these will quickly become out of date. (p. 46)

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John D. Boniol, in School Library Journal (reprinted from the December, 1977 issue of School Library Journal, published by R. R. Bowker Co. A Xerox Corporation: copyright © 1977), December, 1977.

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