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The FBI – They Eat Their Young: A Memoir
William Larsh retired from the FBI after a 28 year career and now lives in York County, PA. He graduated from Perry Hall High School and Towson University. He will be discussing his second book, The FBI – They Eat Their Young.
It is an honest and detailed memoir of an FBI agent’s career from his first day of work until his retirement. Each account reveals his dedicated service, accomplishments, and sacrifices, as well as his failures, struggles, and battles with spiteful management in a callous bureaucracy. The book discloses fascinating details of the inner workings of the FBI. It provides captivating insight into the investigations of a multitude of cases personally worked on by the author, including drugs, fugitives, white collar crime, foreign counterintelligence, espionage, police corruption, civil rights and internal affairs matters.
Meticulous descriptions of the agent’s work in these investigations invite the reader into the story alongside the agent. As injustices mount, Larsh’s scrapes with FBI management increase. He exposes a dark side of the FBI, illustrating their pettiness, vindictiveness, massive egos, and retaliatory nature. This eye-opening book offers a rare and frank portrayal of the world’s premier law enforcement agency.
- Angela Orwig
- Event Type
- Book Sale, Civic & Social Literacy, Discussion, Lecture
- Arthur Hufnagel
- Age Range
- Teens, Adults, Seniors
- Interest Area
- Authors, Books, History/Genealogy, Writing