The FBI MurdersUnknown - 2003
On May 1, 1972, J. Edgar Hoover drove home after a full day's work, satisfied that another May Day had passed and, thanks to his singular effort, America had not fallen before the Communits juggernaut. He had dinner with his ailing associate director, Clyde Tolsen, and spent thirty minutes rough-housing with his dogs on the rear lawn of his suburban Washington home. He retired early and died peacefully in his sleep. OR DID HE?
Publisher: Overland Park, KS : Aelred Press, c2003.
Branch Call Number: M SERENA A
Characteristics: 290, 15 pages ; 23 cm.
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