Thursday, May 11, 2017

Review of "The TimeKeepers" by Jenn Bregman - A Fast-paced Tale of Insurance Fraud

In Jenn Bregman's novel, "The TimeKeepers," attorney Sarah Brockman is struggling as a young lawyer trying to establish a personal injury law practice.Everything changes when she takes on a case precipitated by a serious car crash. She soon finds herself roped into a labyrinth of insurance fraud that  involves complicit parties at every level of the criminal justice system - judges, attorneys, policemen. In order to help her client, and to keep herself safe, she partners with some unlikely allies, including a socialite, an ex-felon, a crackhead, and a storytelling Mexican. In the midst of all of the chaos, she develops a strong affinity for handsome Sam. The action pinballs back and forth among Southern California, Mexico, and the Cook Islands, where the liberal banking laws play a role in the plot of this thriller.

The author dials in more than the average ratio of plot twists and surprises. The pace of the action is break-neck, and the characters are colorful enough to be interesting and amusing.  I could not wait to find out what would happen next, and found myself rooting strongly for Sarah, and for Sam.



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