WASHINGTON -- It'll never be a best-seller, but a new IRS technical manual is topping bond lawyers' reading lists because of its detailed look at the agency's ideas on investigating certain types of potentially abusive bond deals.

"This is a fascinating glimpse into the Internal Revenue Service's thinking on its fledgling audit program," said a Washington, D.C., lawyer who admitted he hadn't yet read it.

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