is fast paced novel rich with intrique that grabs your attention and draws you into a plot that twists and turns. When you do stop to catch your breath you find yourself thinking—rather worrying—about Neil and Bridget Landers.

Neil evokes admiration and sympathy in a reader as he follows his sense of right and wrong. The story shows how some corporations break the law because they have no fear of being caught by ineffective federal regulators. This novel weaves together one man’s personal anguish with relevant current events into a deeply layered tale.

FIVE STAR FRAUD, is a good read. It is a story you will want to talk about.

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Five Star Fraud | Margaret G. Cahill |