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Reviewed by Christopher Anderson for Readers' Favorite
In Corruptacy by Don VanLandingham, the story is told by Jeffrey Cordell Allan who is an investigative forensic accountant working for a governmental department with the acronym EOUST - Executive Office of United States Trustees - when he is given a case by his boss Zack Callahan who is not just his boss, but a father figure and mentor. The case is to investigate possible fraud and corruption in bankruptcy cases and their trustees. When Jeffrey finds a number of irregularities, he has no idea how far-reaching the corruption goes, and what he discovers is a lot more than corruption involving millions of dollars, but is linked to Mafia-like organizations and to high officials in government. The case becomes so big that his friend FBI agent Eddie Cruise, aka Fast Eddie, is also assigned to the case and it takes them all over the US and involves lots of twists and turns. Read this exciting book and see if Jeffrey and Eddie solve the case.
Don VanLandingham has a very clever and precise way of writing a story about things that most people have no knowledge of but he explains it very well. He makes what could be called a boring subject of a ‘bean counter’ (accountant) into a very exciting story that involves corruption, murder, kidnapping, and the threat of death all woven in. The reader can easily connect with the different characters and their feelings and emotions in the various scenes, especially the descriptions of Jeffrey’s feelings and emotions when his pregnant wife Rebecca is kidnapped, which are very well described. The story moves at a fast pace that keeps you wanting to know more. Overall, a very well-written book, well thought out, planned, and executed with a very thought-provoking religious thread that runs within the story.