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- Publication Date : March 25, 2013
- File Size : 841 KB
- Print Length : 242 pages
- Publisher : Whiteley Press, LLC (March 25, 2013)
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- ASIN : B00C179BP0
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- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #744,351 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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However, family and personal issues aside, each book has a standalone mystery which Department of Insurance fraud investigator Julia and her partner must resolve. This time they are under cover to bust up a very sophisticated auto accident insurance scam ring, involving health care clinic workers, car repair shops and even possibly some paramedics and members of the police force.
There's lots of action and lots of eye-opening info about insurance fraud. It's a very good and complete read because the characters are so real and believable and the insurance scams and moments of action are well researched.
If you're a romance lover, you'll have to be patient. There's a little advancement in the relationship between Julia and Vincent, but it's probably going to take a few more books to get them at the place a romance reader looks for. I think it's worth the wait.
I like Julia and Vincent. These are two flawed individuals who understand each other and belong together. Their relationship is slowly moving from colleagues and friends to something more--and I'm so glad. As the story plays out, Julia and Vincent are also dealing with their own issues. Julia is very close to catching her sister's rapist and is scared to death her family will not be able to handle this any better than they handled the rape itself. Julia believes in justice and knows what she is doing is right, but she worries her family will never forgive her for pursuing this. Vincent is trying to establish a relationship with his son, one he thinks he doesn't deserve but definitely wants.
At Fault is the 3rd book in the Southern Fraud series. This is a well-written story filled with suspense and mystery. The characters are fully developed, and depth is added with each new story. I have enjoyed all 3 books and definitely loved the ending of this one! I am looking forward to the next book in this wonderful series.
I was looking forward to this well-written and fast-paced novel, so was surprised and delighted when it was published sooner than I expected. The plot is strong and straightforward. The characters feel like old friends and the story also picks up their own family issues. No spoiler - I was intrigued at the outcome for Julia's family and am hoping that the author is right now penning the next in the series.
I particularly like the romantic aspect of the series, because of it's authenticity - no spoiler again - and am looking forward to reading more about these interesting characters.
Well done, Ms Becton!
Quickly, it appears that the informant wasn't telling the entire story and the fraud ring was far more deep and sadistic than anyone knew or expected.
As the story progressed, I found myself fully engrossed in the story. Not only does this series teach us the value of having DOI's but the danger the agents face. I, also, realized how naïve a person can be when they are in an accident.
The tale also follows the personal lives of each agent, separately and interactively.
I truly enjoyed this book, as I have the previous two, and look forward to reading the next.