Above Suspicion by Joe Sharkey

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In a true story of crime, guilt, and conscience, a model agent's illicit involvement with an informant leads him to commit a crime that reveals all the workings of the human heart--and the dark side of the FBI.

About Joe Sharkey

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Published November 1, 1993 by Poseidon Pr. 284 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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When Putnam revved up, the other Pikeville agents warned, ``Relax...this is a sleeper office nobody cares about.'' Undaunted, the young agent rode around with the local sheriff, meeting the people of the hills and hollers.

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The grim story of FBI agent Mark Putnam, who murdered his mistress in an eastern Kentucky mining town.

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