Book Review of Identity by Nora Roberts – I recently took some time out during spring break to read a book. Yes, I was able to curl up with my favorite beverage, and a few snacks, so I could read one of my favorite authors’ latest books. Or, I should say it is new to me as I have been on a major dry spell when it comes to reading simply for enjoyment. Identity was published last year so I am not too behind I guess. Check out Nora’s website for all the books she has published and what is coming out next:

IdentityIdentity by Nora Roberts
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Another lovely story of triumph over evil

There is and will always be evil in the world but there is also love, family, and friends to combat it. It may win more than we would want but if we love, stick together, and be prepared perhaps, in the end, it will always lose.

Enjoyed to story as it is a formula Roberts and others have used and told well. We don’t seem to mind its repetition

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Protect Yourself From Scams and Identity Theft

Besides what I typed up in my review right after I finished the story for Goodreads, I would like to add that Identity thieves are one of the worst kinds of scum there is on our planet these days. They target the vulnerable and strip them of their savings, credit history, and in some cases their livelihood. The bad guy in this story goes much further than that. We cannot do much about sick psychopaths but there are some things you can do to protect yourself from these ‘white-collar villains’.
Getting educated and taking a few basic steps may well keep you from becoming a victim of crime and fraud—and save you a great deal of time and trouble. You can also help us protect your families and communities by reporting suspicious activities and helping find wanted fugitives and missing kids.

Please be safe out there, check through your social media and delete anything that can be used against you. Do not share your personal information on any of the social media platforms. Be general in all of your pictures, videos and posts. Lock down your credit cards and banking accounts with recommended theft prevention services. Take a Self Defense class or two or three. AARP – has great resource about scams, fraud and identity theft prevention on their website as well If you know of a resource that is available and you trust please get in touch using my CONTACT form and let me know.

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