Book Spotlight and Kindle Fire Giveaway: Crashers by Lindy S. Hudis

Publisher: Bettie Youngs Book Publishers

Publish Date: April 27, 2012

Order From:  Amazon / Kindle

Synopsis: Fraudulent car accidents is a multi-million dollar racket, involving unscrupulous medical providers, personal injury attorneys, and the cooperating passengers involved in the accidents—and who also receive a portion of the illegal proceeds. Such is the fate of newly engaged, Nathan and Shari, whose joy is tempered by the dark cloud of mounting debt.

A chance encounter with a stranger in whom Shari confides her troubles proves fortuitous: he tells her of a get-rich-quick scheme that will put her and her fianc√© on easy street. Seduced by the chance to move from hard times to good times in no time, Shari takes the carrot offered her, and finds herself acting as a “stuffed passenger”—the “victim” in a staged auto accident. The act goes according to plan and Shari gets her payday, but getting out and breaking free of the insurance fraud underworld will take nothing short of a miracle.

A modern day cautionary tale, Crashers is a true-to-life novel that uncovers how the innocent get lured into the scheme of “cappers” and “hammers.”

A riveting story of love and desperation, greed and redemption.

Author Bio: Lindy S. Hudis is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied drama. She is a former actress, having appeared on such television shows as “Sunset Beach” and “Married with Children”. Her romantic murder mystery, Weekends, is currently available from Lachesis Press. She is also a filmmaker, her independent short film “The Lesson”, which she wrote, produced and directed, screened at the Seattle Underground Film Festival. She is co-owner of an independent production company called Impact Motion Pictures. She and her husband Steve, a Hollywood stuntman, have just completed the screenplay adaptation of Charmaine Hammond’s best selling book, “On Toby’s Terms.”  She lives in California with her family.


  1. I think the worst is when people complain of a back injury. They may have already had a back injury or not have one at all. I would be afraid to do anything like that cause some people do get killed in car wrecks.

  2. I would say an injury involving the neck. It's so easy to pretend because of the bulky neck brace.

  3. I agree...neck injuries are so tough to prove or disprove.

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  4. I would have to say maybe one of the biggest is emotional distress since you can't disprove it like you possibly could with a physical injury.

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  5. I think faking an injury is one of the worst and as long there's a dirty doctor, people get away with it :(


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