FBI: Federal Bureau of “I Can’t Put it Down!”

Shelf RenewalThe new ABC thriller Quantico takes viewers inside the legendary FBI Academy on the Marine Corps Base in Quantico, Virginia. Given the bureau’s jurisdiction over violations in more than 200 categories of federal crimes, agents of all stripes are well represented in the contemporary thriller field. From rookies to retirees, FBI agents are some of the genre’s most popular heroes.

The 7th Victim, by Alan Jacobson

Angel Killer, by Andrew Mayne

The Big Bad Wolf, by James Patterson

The Bishop, by Steven James

Blood Work, by Michael ConnellyTrue Evil by Greg Iles

Breaking Cover, by J. D. Rhoades

The Bricklayer, by Noah Boyd

Broken Wings, by John Douglas

Dangerous, by Diana Palmer

Darkness Falls, by Kyle Mills

Day of Wrath, by Larry Bond

The Edge of Sleep, by David Wiltse

An Eye for an Eye, by Irene Hannon

Face of a Killer, by Robin Burcell

The Girls He Adored, by Jonathan Nasaw

Hemlock Bay, by Catherine Coulter

Her Last Chance, by Michele Albert

Ice Shear, by M. P. Cooley

Judas Horse, by April Smith

Love Her Madly, by Mary-Ann Tirone Smith

The Next Accident, by Lisa Gardner

North of Montana, by April Smith

Our Man in the Dark, by Rashad Harrison

Prayer, by Philip Kerr

Primal Instinct, by Robert W. Walker

Pursuit of Justice, by DiAnn Mills

The Ragnarok Conspiracy, by Erec Stebbins

Reliquary, by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child

The Rivers Run Dry, by Sibella Giorello

Shadow Man, by Cody McFadyen

Slay Ride, by Chris Grabenstein

Snowbound, by Blake Crouch

Something about You, by Julie James

A Stranger’s Game, by Joan Johnston

Total Immunity, by Robert Ward

True Evil, by Greg Iles

Twisted, by Andrea Kane

Velocity, by Alan Jacobson

Witness to the Truth: A Novel of the FBI, by Paul Lindsay



About the Author:

Karen Kleckner Keefe is the director of the Hinsdale (IL) Public Library, a Booklist reviewer, and one of Library Journal's 2009 "Movers and Shakers." Follow her on Twitter at @KarenKleckner.

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