Book review; Weave a Murderous Web, by Anne Rothman-Hicks & Ken Hicks. 📚

Book reviewing time!!! :D.

I was contacted in September time by Kelsey Butts, who asked me if I would like to review a book by author Anne Rothman-Hicks & Ken Hicks! I read the blurb and although I didn’t know if it was really, me?!, I thought “give it a good go, just do it!” so I did and just a few days after I received the said book in the post! It had come all the way from New York?! 😮 I was beyond feeling lucky to be honest.

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No good deed goes unpunished. When Jane Larson—a hot-shot litigator for a large firm in New York City—helps out a friend, she is sucked into the unfamiliar world of divorce and child support. 

Jane’s discovery of the deadbeat dad’s hidden assets soon unravels a web of lies, drugs, and murder that keeps getting more dangerous. 

Soon, Jane is involved in a high stakes race to recover a missing suitcase of cash and catch the murderer before she becomes the next victim.


Weave a Murderous Web is a thriller full of, of course, murder and mystery! In it there is a constant theme of clever, on the ball and strong from the lead female, Jane Larson.
Jane Larson is a Litigator for a major New York City law firm who finds herself thrown into a case that is far from easy for her to solve! Her client, Gail Hollings, is massively interested in the amount of money her ex appears to be hiding from her, Jane quickly finds out that Gail’s ex is a big attorney with “mob associates” and deals drugs. This is, until he rocks up dead.

it becomes undoubtedly clear that every single person involved in the case has a secret pointing towards that they all could be the overall killer. However, Jane is far beyond clever! She is intelligent, and after a few sad killing attempts on her actual life throughout this story, she won’t give up on finding out what is happening. The story itself is over all interesting, it goes at a fast pace so you find yourself constantly keeping up and never at a lose for dragging but, there is the fact that this book in this instance wasn’t 100% for me. There is a lot going on and I found this a little hard to keep up with?

In the end, I don’t think I will find myself reaching to read this book again, but, I don’t regret having read it either? I would give it a 6.5-7/10 for my review of this book and you can buy it here at; amazon.

With love, Charlotte x


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