The Strength of the Wolf is the first complete history of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (1930-1968). Working undercover around the globe, the FBN's charismatic "case-making" agents penetrated the Mafia and its French connection. In the process, however, they uncovered the national security establishment's ties to organized crime. Victims of their freewheeling methods and unparalleled success in hunting down society's predators, the agents were ultimately targeted for destruction by the FBI and CIA. Based largely on interviews with case-making agents, The Strength of the Wolf provides a new, exciting, and revealing chapter in American history.
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