200 Episodes of FBI Retired Case File Review!

This is a short post to acknowledge a podcast milestone achieved. I want to take a moment to reflect on my journey. You see, I didn’t plan on being a podcaster. My post-retirement dream job was bestselling crime novelist. The podcast thing was supposed to only be a platform to pull in potential readers. But somewhere along the way, things changed. I still wanted to write crime fiction about greed with flawed characters (love those flawed characters), but the podcast thing became a mission, and soon I was spending most of my time scheduling and recording interviews with former colleagues. And then, look what happened… 200 episodes!

These images showcase 100 of the 200 FBI Retired Case File Review episodes produced to date. How many of the interviews have you listened to?

I love podcasting. It gives me purpose and provides a connection with wonderful people like you. My two avocations, podcasting and writing, often merge when I invite other FBI authors on the show and debunk FBI misconceptions in crime dramas during case reviews. If you’re primarily a podcast listener, I hope to, one day, convince you to check out my books too. In the meantime, thanks for listening!


Jerri Williams

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Jerri Williams, a retired FBI agent, author and podcaster, jokes that she writes about the FBI to relive her glory days. After 26 years with the Bureau specializing in major economic fraud and corruption investigations, she calls on her professional encounters with scams and schemers to write police procedurals inspired by true crime FBI cases in her Philadelphia FBI Corruption Squad crime fiction series featuring flawed female FBI agent Kari Wheeler. Jerri’s FBI for Armchair Detectives nonfiction series enables readers to discover who the FBI is and what the FBI does by debunking misconceptions about the FBI in books, TV, and movies. Her books are available as ebooks, paperbacks, and audiobooks wherever books are sold. She’s also the host of FBI Retired Case File Review, a true crime podcast with more than 200 episodes available for free subscription on all popular podcast apps.

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