3 edition of The Bretheren found in the catalog.
Publisher imprint on dust jacket, Secker and Warburg.
|Statement||Bob Woodward (and) Scott Armstrong.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||467|
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Description (From the Publisher): Three former judges are in prison. They call themselves the Brethren and organize a pen-pal scam. The money is pouring in. But then the Brethren contact the wrong pen-pal — a powerful man with dangerous :// The Brethren book.
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