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"Crimes Against My Brother" author David Adams Richards (Interview)

His latest novel tells the tale of childhood friends, three boys who are inseparable, who are loyal and who trust no one but themselves. In "Crimes Against My Brother" we find out what happens when that bond is tested.

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