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Random House Incorporated, 1983 - Fiction - 486 pages
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An incisive, brilliantly dramatized behind-the-scenes look at the lives and work of the justices of the Supreme Court as they face a tangle of crucial issues stemming from an act of sabotage and assassination

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Allen Drury wrote some fine books. "Advise and Consent" and the series of sequels it spawned were some of the best political fiction of all time. Later in his life and his career, Drury permitted his ... Read full review

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