A catchy title if not always equally catchy semi-fictional story about the undercover work of Internal Revenue Agents in Washington, D. C. who are out to collar a few punks and find themselves trying to untangle the whodunits of a national crime syndicate. The scripts of late night television sprang from books such as this – guns blazing, good guys wisecracking, gangsters glowering, slippery politicians smirking, prostitutes slinking, and (because this is a man's rendering) wives dutifully listening and rarely complaining.
Historically interesting and based on actual cases investigated by the Intelligence Division of the Internal Revenue Service, The Brahmin Arrangement is a diverting read for folks interested in the capers of cops and robbers in the good old days.
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