A new true-crime series that follows FBI agents behind the scenes as they work to keep Americans safe.
A case of homegrown terrorism: the Unabomber. Agent Kathleen Puckett was a successful linguist and a highly trained psychologist before she was recruited for the UNABOMB investigation. The Unabomber had evaded capture for 17 years, carried out 13 bombings, and killed three men. Agent Puckett was a catalyst in understanding the psychology behind the Unabomber crimes. She led the team to make the arrest of Theodore Kaczynski on April 4, 1996, bringing down one of the most notorious domestic terrorists in American history.
<b>Bryan Denson </b>is an award-winning journalist and the author of <i>The Spy’s Son</i>. He was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in national reporting, and contributes stories to <i>Newsweek</i> and serves as a special correspondent for the <i>Los Angeles Times</i>. <i>FBI Files</i> is Bryan’s first series for young readers. He lives in Portland, Oregon.