5 edition of Web of Deceit found in the catalog.
September 14, 2006 by AuthorHouse .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||252|
A special thank you goes to Darlene Cox and Outskirts Press for providing a complimentary copy for review. By the time the Baath party arrives on the scene, the Americans have become the dominant influence in the region, looking for a means to control the Middle East for its strategic supplies of oil. I always seem to find one character in her books which personally speaks to me. Tension ran high both in the book and in me until all was revealed and the world was temporarily safe once again, well at least until book seven.
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As the body count rises, Sam discovers the killing spree is really about striking back at Kait. Darlene Cox is the author of Web of Deceit, a mystery of international proportion, filled with characters who position themselves against one another, each with their own agenda and carrying their own baggage.
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