1. What information was Goodwin able to learn about Mrs. Bruner before she came to see Wolfe in Chapter 1?
Goodwin learned a little about Mrs. Bruner before she came to see Wolfe. She was the widow of Lloyd Bruner and had inherited most of his estate. She had been left about a dozen buildings, eight of which were more than twelve stories tall.
2. What does Mrs. Bruner look like when she came to see Wolfe?
Mrs Bruner is a little short and a bit heavy set. She wears a dress by Dior and has brown-black eyes. Her face is round, and her coat is a very expensive fur.
3. To whom did Mrs. Bruner send copies of the book The FBI Nobody Knows?
Mrs. Bruner sent copies of the book The FBI Nobody Knows to 10,000 people. She sent copies to members of the cabinet, the Supreme Court justices, state governors, senators and representatives, members of state legislatures, publishers of newspapers and magazines, and editors, heads of corporations and banks, network executives and broadcasters, columnists, district attorney, educators, chiefs of police, and others.
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