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In its over 50-year history, the FBI's Top Ten Most Wanted List has led to the location and apprehension of 429 criminals and has contained some of the most ruthless fugitives the world has ever seen. It has further reflected the changing times - in the 1950s mostly gangsters made up the list, while in the 1960s it was populated with liberal radicals.
Here is the first-ever book-length account of this famous list - from its beginnings to its most fascinating and shocking moments. It contains full profiles of each of the list's 10 current members, updates on recent captures, and information on the suspected whereabouts of fugitives.
A fascinating look inside the history of crime, a shocking narrative of the country's most famous law-breakers and con artists, and a window into the inner workings of the FBI, "FBI's Ten Most Wanted" is thrilling reading for anyone interested in crime and criminals.
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