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The book I read was The Brethren by John Grisham It was a suspense book Three judges called The Brethren by their fellow prisoners lived in a very minimal security prison They had just begun fine tuning a mail scam that extorted homosexuals with families and lots of money Then they snag the wrong person someone very powerful on the outside It seems The Brethrens days of scamming are overThis was a great book for many reasons The first reason is it was sort of double sided What I mean by that is it explained 2 stories at once the story of Aaron Lake and the story of The Brethren I liked this because it helped to understand the situation a lot better It also helped understand the characters a lot more too Another thing I liked about this book is the fact that the scam was brilliant The Brethren had nothing to loose because they were already in prison and they had so much to gain These the victims of the scam were people who couldnt talk against The Brethren for fear of being caught by their families One example of the fact that the victims couldnt report this to the police was when The Brethren snagged Quince Garbe who lived in a small town and whos father owned a bank If Quince spoke out against The Brethren he would loose his fathers inheritance to the bank and the whole town would disrespect him After he gave the Brethren their asking price of 100000 they immediately asked for another 20000 He had no choice but to pay them Another reason I liked this book was it showed how corrupt our government could be Aaron Lake pretty much bought the election getting almost 60 million dollars from defense contractors in return to double the military budget Of course he did have quite a bit of help from the CIA who staged events in the Middle
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