While those outside of the insurance industry looking in think that it's stuffy, staid and boring, those on the inside know the reality is anything but. Fraud, auto claims, property claims, workers' compensation complexities, ever-changing technology and a challenging workload leave little time for complacency and boredom.

Here's a quick overview of several books that tackle different aspects of the insurance industry. Two are non-fiction books – one addresses the mechanics of working more efficiently and the other discusses a fascinating case involving the worst recreational fishing accident that ever happened in San Francisco.

The last book is a work of fiction that many will recognize is based on very real events that adjusters encounter in the world of auto fraud.

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