Lethal Indemnity


Fiction - Suspense
272 Pages
Reviewed on 08/04/2015
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Reviewed by Tracy A. Fischer for Readers' Favorite

If you’re in the mood for an exciting ride while you read, give Lethal Indemnity by Vincent Anthony a chance. In this debut work, we follow the adventures of insurance adjuster Benjamin Chaze. Ben realizes quite quickly that something is amiss, very amiss, when he wakes up in Massachusetts General Hospital, beaten, bruised and drugged. He has no memory of what happened to land him in the hospital, and no idea why someone would want to harm him. The mystery deepens upon his return to his apartment, when he finds that his home and car have been ransacked. The only thing that makes sense is that Ben must have seen something when he was processing a claim, something he shouldn’t have seen. And someone is willing to go all out to try to keep him from remembering what it was. With the help of his colleague, Katrina Peters, Ben needs to find what put him in this horrible situation, before those trying to cover it up find him.

Lethal Indemnity develops into a fast-paced, rip-roaring ride of a thriller. Vincent Anthony’s work moves quickly through lead character Ben Chaze’s adventures, and his pin-point prose is extremely effective in taking us through the paces quickly. Lethal Indemnity would appeal greatly to readers who enjoy thrillers, mysteries or general fiction. You should be prepared to have an uninterrupted afternoon once you pick this book up, because you won’t want to put it down until you come to the exhilarating conclusion.