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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2014


    Sounds like a person. Sorasky always seems to be in a bad mood. If you look at the rateing stars.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2014


    Noticeing that the brid was still alive and tried running away he pounced on it "she and chichi were fighting and when they stoped sora said something about darksol...whatever that is"

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2012

    Highly recommend a must read

    Into The Web is a masterpiece that examines the relationship between a father and his estranged son Roy Slater who returns to take care of his dying father. The story examines the past hideous exploits of retired Sherif Wallace Porterfield. Cook also examines the failed relationship between Roy and Lila the love of his life. In the end, father and son develop insight into their individual personalities that allows them finally to reconcile after many years of misunderstandings. The story has suspense, intrigue, and romance and damming information about retired Sheriff Wallace Porterfield, a crooked, violent thug.

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  • Posted November 28, 2008

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    Definitely a "Web" of Mystery

    Cook keeps going back in short revelations as to what happened in this family over 20 years ago. Between that, and the rocky relationship between Roy and his dying father, this book was really good. It is also a fast read. If you like Thomas Cook's books, as I do, then you will want to read this one!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2004

    A powerful work

    When Roy Slater left Kingdom County to go to college, he vowed he would never return. Nobody, not his father or the woman he loves, wanted him. Guilt makes him return to care for his father who has only a few months left to live. Lila, his only love, lives in the poorest section of the country but he doesn¿t expect to see her because she wrote him a note saying she wouldn¿t marry him................................ To temporarily get away from his father, Roy visits Sheriff Lonnie Porterfield, who is called out to look at a dead body; Roy tags along. The dead man is a tenant on Lila¿s land so Roy ends up seeing her and realizes he still has feelings for her even though he won¿t act on them. Roy¿s brother Archie confesses to killing his girlfriend¿s fathe rand mother two decades ago and hangs himself in the cell three days later. Roy and his father believe the old sheriff Wallace Porterfield, a crooked, violent thug, knows more about the case than he lets on and they both start investigating. What Roy finds out puts him in a killing rage, and only a miracle can prevent blood from being shed..................................... Master storyteller Thomas H. Cook is a literary giant in the psychological suspense genre and always writes a story that enthralls the audience. INTO THE WEB is more than just a story of reworking an old crime in the hopes of getting new information; it is a story of a father and son who finally reconcile after many years of misunderstandings. The protagonist is a bit passive but he had to be written that way for the story to work........................... Harriet Klausner

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