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April 15 2010 Mystery Books Newsletter

Hi Everyone,

This week we feature a novel that is both provocative and sad. It also quickly pulls the reader into the intrigue, and the twists and turns keep the plot moving to more than one surprise at the end. In other words, fascinating. I hope you get the chance to read this marvelous story.

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Web of Deceit Review

Peter Brock thought he had the perfect plan to set himself up for the rest of his life. Little did he know he would get caught in the web of his own deceit.

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