FBI’s Ten Most Wanted by Dary Matera

I expected one thing and got something completely different from this book. It was ok. I was hoping for a great history of the list and those on it. What I got was a limited history of the list with some interesting tidbits and an outdated current list.

It was interesting if incomplete. There really isn’t much to add. Pick it up but temper your expectations. For true crime buffs, its really just another addition to a saturated genre that covers the individuals profiled better than what’s in here.

One thing I did find comical: the author notes how much each of the bounties are and then gives almost everyone of them this addition – “Chances of locating? Excellent.” I don’t think the general public should be encouraged to go out bounty hunting with the idea in mind that they can make some quick bucks here.


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