J.A. Jance's new series, begun in the New York Times bestseller Edge of Evil, continues with a powerhouse tale of suspense. The highway from Los Angeles to the Palm Springs desert is parched, unforgiving, and deadly. In the suffocating stillness of a car trunk, a man-his mouth and hands bound with tape-awaits his fate. What possible enemy could be bitter enough to commit such a heinous crime? And when will the monster make another move? Ali Reynolds is traveling that same blistering, lonesome highway, looking forward to putting her past behind her. But her cheating husband is in a hurry for a divorce, and the television network who wrongfully dismissed Ali for the sole sin of being over forty will face her in court as well. So Ali must return to the scene of these crimes. As she passes the site of a horrifying accident, she thanks goodness it's no longer her job to report the news. Until she finds out the news is her own...? For the victim is Ali's cheating husband, and soon she'll find herself the prime suspect at the center of a terrifying web of evil. A twisted and lethal drama of heart-pounding suspense, Web of Evil asks the question: If hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, just what punishment could that fury unleash?
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by J.A. Jance
"Karen Ziemba's narration places listeners right in the middle of a mystery with her convincing characterization of determined ex-reporter-turned-detective Ali Reynolds. Returning to Los Angeles to finalize her divorce, Ali finds her husband dead and his new fiancŽe pregnant. Suddenly Ali is surrounded by expensive attorneys and countless reporters who see her as the prime suspect. When the fiancŽe's mother is killed, the only thing keeping Ali together is her blog, called the "web of evil" by another mysterious blogger. Ziemba threads emotions into her reading and weaves interest with thumbnail portraits of Ali's protective mom, steady father, and the grieving fiancŽe. S.W. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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