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Continuous Trauma Paperback – October 15, 2001
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Stein has written a legal thriller...of the California workers compensation system... exposing a wrong... many people are not aware. -- The Honolulu Advertiser, March 9,
About the Author
Michael Eric Stein has written episodes for television shows such as MIAMI VICE and TRUE BLUE, and a television movie, HIGHER GROUND, for CBS. He has also been a journalist and movie critic for Copley News, The Los Angeles Times, and Films in Review. This is his first novel.
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world of the huge insurance companies that deal in human suffering but treat everyone as a fraud.
You will never look at a claim again in the same way after reading this book. You will see behind the facade, thanks to the
good sharp writing on every page.
The dialogue is crisp and realistic. The characters are well-drawn. The love scenes smolder and crackle on the page. You can
hear the bodies rasp.
Anyone who wants a good, fast-moving story about an unknown world would do well to buy this book and to enjoy
it. It breaks into new territory in fiction. It leaves the reader wanting justice for the victim.
------- Frank Hickey, writer of the Max Royster crime novels of Pigtown Books.
After working on the employer side of workman's comp, and seeing the advantages taken by employees, this was a real eye opener relating to the other side.
You never imagine what can happen until it happens to you and what a SURPRISE ENDING...this book would make an excellent movie. I can already visualize the stars who would make this an Academy award.
It's a MUST read for the summer and hopefully, look for a future movie. You won't put it down once you start.