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FBI Mystery Fiction for the Crime Fiction Fanatic: A Reading List

For readers who are fans of crime fiction and are interested in stories involving the FBI, here is a reading list of essential books to check out:

  1. "The Lincoln Rhyme series" by Jeffery Deaver - This series of novels follows quadriplegic forensic detective Lincoln Rhyme and his able-bodied partner, Amelia Sachs, as they solve complex crimes and bring criminals to justice. The series includes titles such as "The Bone Collector," "The Coffin Dancer," and "The Empty Chair."

  2. "The Harry Bosch series" by Michael Connelly - This series of novels follows detective Harry Bosch as he investigates murders and corruption in Los Angeles. The series includes titles such as "The Black Echo," "The Black Ice," and "The Concrete Blonde."

  3. "The Millennium series" by Stieg Larsson - This series of novels features journalist Mikael Blomkvist and computer hacker Lisbeth Salander as they uncover a vast government conspiracy and attempt to clear Salander's name. The series includes titles such as "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," "The Girl Who Played with Fire," and "The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest."

  4. "The Lincoln Perry series" by Michael Koryta - This series of novels follows private investigator Lincoln Perry, as he is hired by the FBI to investigate a series of murders that are connected to a powerful businessman. The series includes titles such as "The Cypress House," "The Ridge," and "The Prophet."

  5. "The Jeff Trask series" by Mark T. Sullivan - This series of novels follows FBI special agent Jeff Trask as he investigates complex cases and uncovers a web of corruption and deception. The series includes titles such as "The Purification Ceremony," "The Fallen," and "The Legacy."

  6. "The Lincoln Perry series" by Michael Koryta - This series of novels follows private investigator Lincoln Perry, as he is hired by the FBI to investigate a series of murders that are connected to a powerful businessman. The series includes titles such as "The Cypress House," "The Ridge," and "The Prophet."

This is just a small selection of the many crime fiction novels that feature the FBI and its investigations. Many other books of this genre and style can be found, and this reading list is just a starting point for fans of crime fiction.

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