Death And Taxes – Tales Of A Badass IRS Agent by Mark Zaslove (Book Review #487)

Death and taxes is a witty novel about Mark Douglas, an IRS agent who happens to be an accountant. As he is carrying on with his merry way, his friend and boss, Lila, is killed causing him to seek answers and justice for her death.

 

Mark teams up with his very interesting friends in order to crack the case, causing a lot of stir, laughter, and excitement. The literature was very humorous and the casting crew definitely added to its colors diverse character development.

I found the pace to be steady and sometimes diverting. The writing was very straightforward and easy to follow, and I particularly enjoyed the descriptive writing style the author possessed.

 

This fictional story would suit readers that like to experience a good laugh as they read a more serious subject matter.

 

I believe that the casting crew and the humorous literature style of writing are what made this book stand out. The author has done his research, and it is evident that he has potential.

 

I look forward to reading more of his work.

 

Written by Jeyran Main

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