Web Of Deceit

by Glenn Meade

Action / Adventure / Spy / Espionage

LoveReading View on Web Of Deceit

A ‘Web of Deceit’ it certainly is, a web of complex plots too but clearly a very good book, gripping one’s attention from start to finish.  It is a new direction for the author of Brandenburg and Resurrection Day, half the length, twice as fast, with emphasis on pace and plotting.  Good escapist stuff, I rate it highly.
Comparison: Kyle Mills, Paul Carson, Vince Flynn.
Similar this month: Lee Child, Michael Marshall.

 

Sarah Broadhurst

Web Of Deceit Synopsis

New York attorney Jennifer March is haunted by the mysterious and savage slaughter of her family on the same night that her father disappeared, never to be seen alive again. Two years on, his corpse is discovered frozen into a remote glacier in the Swiss Alps, the victim of a bizarre murder, and Jennifer sets out for Europe to find answers. It's a journey that's meant to unravel the frightening mystery of why her family was butchered, and to help uncover a dark secret at the heart of her father's past. But instead, Jennifer March finds herself running for her own life, as her investigation draws her into a terrifying web of deceit, murder and betrayal, and a deadly conspiracy to hide an explosive secret.

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ISBN: 9780340835418
Publication date: 25/04/2005
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780340835418
Publication date: 25th April 2005
Author: Glenn Meade
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Format: Paperback
Genres: Action Adventure / Spy,
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Glenn Meade lives in Dublin. A former journalist, he is now a specialist in the field of pilot training.Photograph © David Conachy

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