Any book that doesn't go for the obvious but looks at a part of the story that so much of the mainstream media missed and shows the much wider impact this fraud had on everyday people.
She brings the storytellers alive, as though they are sitting in the room with you. It adds a richness to the story that I don't think you can get by reading the book.
Not much more to say. The book grabs you right away and powers you along in a strange world that is both compelling and frightening. The narration elevates the book. It sweeps you along and adds to the intrigue and drama. A great combination.
Killer women characters in this book hang tough against the bad guys -- Diane Havens does a great job with both male and female voices. More good stuff from Bob Mayer.
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