The Brethren

The Brethren

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Three imprisoned ex judges, frustrated with their loss of power and influence, concoct an elaborate blackmail scheme... enthralling legal and political thriller from the No. 1 bestsellimg master thriller writer.

Trumble is a minimum security federal prison, home to drug dealers, bank robbers, swindlers, embezzlers, tax evaders, and three former judges who call themselves The Brethren. They meet each day in the law library where they spend hours writing letters. They are fine-tuning a mail scam, and it's starting to pay big. The money is pouring in.

But then their little scam goes awry. It ensnares the wrong victim, a powerful man on the outside, a man with dangerous friends, and The Brethren's days of quietly marking time are over.

Publisher: New York :, Doubleday
Copyright Date: ©2000
ISBN: 9781407058948
Characteristics: text file,rda
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Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor

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rahmmie
Jan 24, 2016

Not one of my favorite Grisham books but still interesting enough. Don't expect and action-packed thriller a la The Firm.

A good read but frustrating for non Americans to understand the culture and the motivation of these white collar criminals and the system of punishment. As well, being gay is not a scandal in this province so the concept of blackmailing someone for sexual orientation is not really a risk today.

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lpreston214
Mar 10, 2012

This book is a strange one with no good guys just different degrees of bad guys. Three incarcerated judges running a mail scam and extorting money from rich closeted gays accidentally net a candidate for president. He's not just any candidate but one hand-picked by the director of the CIA and manipulated on a grand scale into winning first the nomination and then the election. I didn't like this book at first because there's nobody to pull for but I got sucked in and ended up liking it quite a bit.

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Natalie A Osorno
Apr 22, 2011

A terrific plot. Amasing ending.
A realistic novel.

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