The Brothers

It was the thirtieth reunion for the brothers of Zeta Chi. One of them dies but the authorities won't investigate. The brothers say, "If you won't investigate, we will."

Y.I.T.B.: It means Yours In The Bonds.  It was how they signed their letters and their emails to each other.  They were The Brothers of Zeta Chi, and they vowed decades earlier that their pledge meant more than having drinking buddies for life.  It was their thirtieth reunion at John Adams College and they’d come in from all over to attend.  Harry was there, but his old roommate Hutch never made it, but he had a good reason.  Hutch was dead, found locked in his car.  Was it suicide, or an accident, or due to natural causes?  None of the explanations were satisfactory, and when the authorities refused to investigate due to lack of evidence indicating foul play, the brothers said, “If you won’t investigate, we will.”  Who knew it would lead Harry and The Brothers into a showdown involving international terrorists, the police, the CIA, and the Financial Crimes and Enforcement Network inside the U.S. Treasury called FinCEN.

"As per usual, Michael Bronte's writing will have you on the edge of your seat, and you won't be able to stop thinking about this book. It is extremely intense and suspenseful, and this book seems like something that could easily be translated into a movie. It's high-action, drama, mystery, so if you like any of those genres, you will really like this book. I especially liked this book because I found it extremely unique. I have never read a book like this, and it blew my mind."
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