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Web of Deceit - Glenn Meade

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Web of Deceit

2005

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.


Reviews

'WEB OF DECEIT, the fifth novel from Dublin writer Glenn Meade, is truly worthy of the page-turner tag. A twisting and turning plotline will keep readers guessing to the very end and the simple and direct language makes it an easy and enjoyable read. There's absolutely nothing to fault with this book. Brilliant.'
— RTE, Ireland

'Meade's fast-moving and intricately plotted thrillers recall Robert Ludlum at his peak. But unlike Ludlum, when Meade invents a story, real life has a habit of catching up with him. It happened with his last novel RESURRECTION DAY and the 9/11 attacks, and it occurs here with a Russian Mafia contract killing. A magazine editor who was writing about Russia's new millionaires was gunned down in Moscow not long after this book came out. This compulsive and timely new novel pits the CIA against the Russian Mafia in a series of gripping encounters.'
— City Life

'Reading Meade's latest adventure thriller is like hurtling down a mountain pass with no brakes ... Relentlessly entertaining.'
— Peterborough Evening Telegraph

'Terrifically exciting, non-stop action.'
— Leisure Options, South Africa

'Readers will be left on the edge of their seats as they are gripped by this deadly conspiracy.'
Liverpool Echo



Praise for Glenn Meade's other work:

"Meade's research is so extensive yet unobtrusive . . . that it is often easy to forget you're reading fiction and not history. This a completely riveting thriller in the tradition of the Day of the Jackal. A white knuckler!"
—The Washington Post

"Glenn Meade writes scenes as though they were shot from a gun, and the impact as you turn each page is often just as powerful."
—Florida Times