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Twisted Webs by Darlene Quinn
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Dec 14, 10

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Read from December 06 to 13, 2010

This book is the follow up to Webs of Power: A Novel which I have not read but think that the back story is explained enough without having to read the previous book...
Because I had not read anything by Darlene Quinn before when I came across Twisted Webs the description made me curious to read it, I wanted to see how the author would have her characters handle not only the kidnapping of their infant twin daughter but all the other changes in their lives as well... This story is compelling, full of tension and dramatic suspense, and most of all the familial ties that bind us all together whether by blood or choice! The ending will have you in tears of joy even as it may be something you need to think about to come to your own conclusion of what you yourself would do if faced with the decision made by the characters!
Covering a span of eight years the reading is engaging, the pace steady and the story just goes to show you that the world we all live in can be a pretty small place..
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, it was a wonderfully "human" look into a world that will never be part of my own but fascinates me all the same.
Twisted Webs lived up to it's name and then some and I look forward to reading more works from the author in the future....
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