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Weave a Murderous Web: A Jane Larson Novel by [Kenneth Hicks, Rothman-Hicks, Anne]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2483 KB
  • Print Length: 218 pages
  • Publisher: Melange Books, LLC; First edition (8 Mar. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01CDMB72W
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,458,323 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Kindle Edition
I received weave a murderous Web by Anne rothman-hicks and Kenneth hicks from tbc to review.
No good deed goes unpunished-when Jane largo a hot-shot litigator from a large firm in new York City-helps out a friend, she gets more than she bargained for.
A thrilling gripping book with a clever storyline which had me hooked from start to finish.
Highly recommended. 5*
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This novel is very suspenseful, twisty, tricky, full of surprises and red herrings, which I love. Just about every character acts suspicious and has something they could possibly be guilty of, which makes it hard to guess who the real killer is. I did suspect who the killer was but I didn't want it to be this person because I liked this person. I found it a bit slow to get into the real action and excitement. The characters were very well developed, each character was unique and well-described. I found the writing uneven and hard to get into at first, with the writing in some chapters a bit stilted and full of big words during the first chapters while others read very smoothly. As the story progresses, however, the writing improved a lot and I was able to enjoy it and not get distracted by big words anymore. I don't know whether that's because the story got more interesting and exciting or because the writing itself improved, or maybe it was both lol. I found the story confusing because I don't know much about law and some of the activities the characters were engaged in, I didn't even know they were illegal activities, let alone that these activities had a name. These weren't violent street crimes but rather, corporate crimes, and I don't know very much about crimes of fraud that can be committed inside the walls of major companies. Since I didn't realize that these were such serious crimes, I also had no idea of the extent that anyone would want to go to to cover up these crimes, so that part of the story lost me a bit. For this reason and because of the uneven writing during the first chapters, I didn't give this book 5 stars. But once you get over that and understand the nature and seriousness of the crimes involved, the story really grips you and leaves you in suspense.Read more ›
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Format: Kindle Edition
Jane Larson is a lawyer who has taken on a divorce settlement case under pressure from a friend. It quickly changes into a murder investigation. Is her client the culprit, or just trying to benefit from the crime.? Jane gets pulled further and further into the dangerous case that seems to involve those closest to her.
A murder, mystery with lots of twists , turns and danger. Our heroine seems to be always one step behind and has no idea who to trust. Even the detective is suspect.
Our authors certainly did their job in making my mind work overtime trying to figure out who done it. I did suspect the villain at one time, but then changed my mind. Red herrings everywhere. A very good read.
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Format: Kindle Edition
I think I may have enjoyed this book more if I had the time to read it in one or two sittings. As it was I was reading it in short bursts over 5 days and had a bit of trouble remembering all the characters as there did seem to be a lot of them. The main character Jane definitely grew on me and I could be tempted to read more of her exploits. This is one of those books where I suspected various characters as we went along and although I had an inkling of how it would end it was cleverly done. A good read, full of characters.

I received a free copy of Weave a Murderous Web in return for an honest review and my thanks to TBC and the authors for that.
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I absolutely loved the heroine of this crime novel - a witty, wisecracking lawyer whose dry one-liners made me laugh out loud. Jane Larson has taken on a pro bono job for a friend against her better judgement, and sure enough, she's soon in bother - but a lot more bother than she predicted. The tension mounts as a great cast of characters begin a hunt for missing files and a stash of cash. I really enjoyed the New York vibe to this book - both the dialogue and the setting made the story come alive, as well as secondary characters such as the doughnut-eating cop who isn't as daft as he pretends, and the hard female journalist who proves to have an unexpected soft side.
If you love Philip Marlowe, you'll love Jane Larson. This was a great modern take on the detective tradition.
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