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Step into the shoes of an FBI Agent working cases in the field. Walk along the path as he is selected to be one of the original profilers. Take an inside view of the extraordinary and ground-breaking training received by this 'new breed' of FBI agents, made famous by the renowned Behavioral Science Unit. Work along with him and see what he's thinking as he analyzes facts a Step into the shoes of an FBI Agent working cases in the field. Walk along the path as he is selected to be one of the original profilers. Take an inside view of the extraordinary and ground-breaking training received by this 'new breed' of FBI agents, made famous by the renowned Behavioral Science Unit. Work along with him and see what he's thinking as he analyzes facts and develops profiles in several murder cases he investigates.


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Step into the shoes of an FBI Agent working cases in the field. Walk along the path as he is selected to be one of the original profilers. Take an inside view of the extraordinary and ground-breaking training received by this 'new breed' of FBI agents, made famous by the renowned Behavioral Science Unit. Work along with him and see what he's thinking as he analyzes facts a Step into the shoes of an FBI Agent working cases in the field. Walk along the path as he is selected to be one of the original profilers. Take an inside view of the extraordinary and ground-breaking training received by this 'new breed' of FBI agents, made famous by the renowned Behavioral Science Unit. Work along with him and see what he's thinking as he analyzes facts and develops profiles in several murder cases he investigates.

30 review for FBI Diary: Profiles of Evil

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jin

    It is a good read. My only complaint is that the book does not focus completely on profiling. He has spent a little bit too much pages on his personal life and some cases that were not related to profiling of suspects. Wish there were more cases about profiling in the book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dayanara Ryelle

    Note: I won this book in a friend's drawing (I didn't know I entered) and was asked to review. My dad and I are both reading this book, and since he doesn't have a GR account, I'll post his on mine. ***** Daya Read the first chapter 8 December 2019 and already chuckled a few times. "FBI?! I didn't know you guys existed!" HA! I know our field office is in Detroit and I assume they get up this way sometimes; ergo, they must exist? 15 December I'm DNFing too, but not because I'm bored. (I haven't gotten fa Note: I won this book in a friend's drawing (I didn't know I entered) and was asked to review. My dad and I are both reading this book, and since he doesn't have a GR account, I'll post his on mine. ***** Daya Read the first chapter 8 December 2019 and already chuckled a few times. "FBI?! I didn't know you guys existed!" HA! I know our field office is in Detroit and I assume they get up this way sometimes; ergo, they must exist? 15 December I'm DNFing too, but not because I'm bored. (I haven't gotten far enough to determine boredom, actually.) No, it's because the layout editor/typesetter chose some microscopic font (8pt, maybe?) and I don't favor having to hold the book to my nose, or digging out my glasses to read it (when I don't usually need them for reading). I was ready to get the digital edition, but apparently only his 2015 book has one. (Different publisher too, I note.) Too bad...it was probably going to be a pretty good book. ===== Dad Boring. DNF. Zero stars. ***** A Few Hours Later Friend: I'm very upset you posted that. You didn't have to review it. Really? Let's take a walk back in time and see if that's the case, shall we? =November 16= Me: WOW, I didn’t even realize I’d entered! That’s just the sort of book my dad likes reading at the crematorium (for real!), so I’ll let him borrow it first. 💙 (Now-former) friend: I’m so glad to hear that, Daya! It would be great if you could leave a review too. I’m ordering a copy for myself! Thanks so much for stopping by [my blog] to comment. 🙂 Enjoy the book! ===== Sorry, guess I can't read between the lines well enough to see, "Please only review this book if you liked it well enough to give four or five stars." Usually when someone says review a book (like NetGalley), they actually intend for you to review it!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Thomas

    great

  4. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Wow. This is an amazing read. Pete Klismet really pulls the reader into his experiences. I felt like I was sitting beside him going through this together. It's very interesting to see what a FBI Special Agent really does on a day to day basis. It's not always what I expected. Then, the author throws out these really meaty chunks that made me say, OMG! Pete Klismet covers such an extremely wide range of tasks that were all part of his job. I think most of us thought an FBI agent specialized in on Wow. This is an amazing read. Pete Klismet really pulls the reader into his experiences. I felt like I was sitting beside him going through this together. It's very interesting to see what a FBI Special Agent really does on a day to day basis. It's not always what I expected. Then, the author throws out these really meaty chunks that made me say, OMG! Pete Klismet covers such an extremely wide range of tasks that were all part of his job. I think most of us thought an FBI agent specialized in one area and went for it. But no, they had to do everything! Real life is very different than what television portrays. I enjoyed the author's writing style, as if he were sitting down with a friend over a beer and swapping stories. And, his stories are great! As one of the original criminal profilers, Pete Klismet takes us behind the scenes and lets us see the training they went through, and how it actually played out in real life. I learned a lot from his book, and can't wait until the next one comes out.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Magda

    This is a very interesting story of one of the first FBI profiling agents. Even though the writing is simple and unpretentious, the story sheds light into the Bureau's internal procedures and workings. The most interesting aspect was the way the cases of well known serial killers were presented and the behavioral lesson learned from each. Pete is a nice guy and gives a ton of anecdotes from his and his partners experience at the Bureau, which brings a whole new dimension to one's knowledge of it This is a very interesting story of one of the first FBI profiling agents. Even though the writing is simple and unpretentious, the story sheds light into the Bureau's internal procedures and workings. The most interesting aspect was the way the cases of well known serial killers were presented and the behavioral lesson learned from each. Pete is a nice guy and gives a ton of anecdotes from his and his partners experience at the Bureau, which brings a whole new dimension to one's knowledge of it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Andra Watkins

    Gripping. I never knew how or why FBI profiling came to be. As one of the first agents in the program, Klismet takes the reader on a gruesome, compelling adventure. Made me grateful for him and people like him.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Gary

    Outstanding!! Pete draws you in and doesn't let you go. I was captivated from one end to the other. Outstanding!! Pete draws you in and doesn't let you go. I was captivated from one end to the other.

  8. 4 out of 5

    John Ferak

    This was an excellent down to earth book by a true FBI professional who has chased his share of bizarre crime over the years. Well done!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tinus Kleyn

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  11. 5 out of 5

    Nadia

  12. 4 out of 5

    Bernadette Keane

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    Kzonk

  17. 5 out of 5

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  18. 4 out of 5

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    Edwin Siahaan

  28. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sara

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    Ashlyn Martinez

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