The author of Canadian Meds is back with another fractured financial fairy tale called Wampum Nation. It's about an enterprising Boston attorney, bored with his meager law practice, who decides to start an Indian tribe. With the help of a fake genealogical report, he convinces the BIA to give him $10 million dollars. He serendipitously hooks up with a hip retailer and soon-to-be girlfriend who is a whiz at marketing and helps him build the business into a commercial juggernaut. Think five thousand cotton tee shirts embossed with NESKEET NATION on the front. Things get tricky when he folds a little gambling operation into the mix. Laced with sun, fun and all the charms of Martha's Vineyard, it's a light read that's outrageous and strangely real.