Public Enemies by Bryan Burrough audiobook

Public Enemies: America's Greatest Crime Wave and the Birth of the FBI, 1933-34

By Bryan Burrough
Read by Richard Davidson

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26.46 Hours 1
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Winner of the John Hancock Award, Bryan Burrough pens this in-depth look at crime in the early 1930s and the birth of the FBI. As the Depression continued to ravage the country, people became more and more desperate. Men like John Dillinger, Clyde Barrow and Baby Face Nelson and their gangs went on wild crime sprees, some becoming celebrities in the process. Simultaneously, the Federal Bureau of Investigation was established to combat this growing domestic problem-and so the War on Crime began.

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Winner of the John Hancock Award, Bryan Burrough pens this in-depth look at crime in the early 1930s and the birth of the FBI. As the Depression continued to ravage the country, people became more and more desperate. Men like John Dillinger, Clyde Barrow and Baby Face Nelson and their gangs went on wild crime sprees, some becoming celebrities in the process. Simultaneously, the Federal Bureau of Investigation was established to combat this growing domestic problem-and so the War on Crime began.

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Available Formats : CD
Category: Nonfiction/History
Runtime: 26.46
Audience: Adult
Language: English