A Tangled Web

A Tangled Web

by Mike Martin

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BN ID: 2940158709128
Publisher: BookLocker.com, Inc.
Publication date: 10/01/2017
Series: Sgt. Windflower Mysteries , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 338
Sales rank: 1,160,740
File size: 294 KB

About the Author

Mike Martin was born in Newfoundland on the East Coast of Canada and now lives and works in Ottawa, Ontario. He is a long-time freelance writer and his articles and essays have appeared in newspapers, magazines and online across Canada as well as in the United States and New Zealand. He is the author of the Sgt. Windflower Mystery Series. The Walker on the Cape was his first full fiction book and the premiere of the series. Other books in the series include The Body on the T, Beneath the Surface, A Twist of Fortune and A Long Ways from Home.
A Long Ways from Home was shortlisted for the 2017 Bony Blithe Light Mystery Award as the best light mystery of the year. A Tangled Web is the newest book in the series.

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A Tangled Web 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
BeguilingTongue 12 months ago
Things never seem to slow down for Cassidy & Teag, business partners by day, world saviors the next. Their patron is a very old, vampire named Sorren. In their 3rd installment of their adventures together, they need a little help to figure out who called up and top stop Wild Hunt What's the best way to stop an ancient evil...well of course with the help of a few friends, time traveling necromancer, and the spirit of an ancient sorceress. This book is a page turner and I was up all night reading it. This is the type of series you can read over and over again!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another good one in the series
PrekHarper More than 1 year ago
The premise behind this series - objects carrying remnants of the thoughts and energies of those in contact with them in the past - has intrigued me from the first story I read. The idea and the connections to real life locations make the plots realistic and believable, even with fantasy element thrown in. Add to that the characters and the way they have developed as the storylines have progressed, and this book is a definite win. This particular tale concentrates more on Teag and his unique weaver magic, though the other favorite characters are still around. It's an easy read, fortunate since it's difficult to put down. Full disclosure: I was a beta-reader for this book.
Kissablysweetone More than 1 year ago
Winston Windflower is on a new case. There is a local girl missing. Everyone in town is searching for this girl. They can't imagine where she's gone to. With help from his Cree ancestry, Winston will have to make sense of this mess. His wife is right by his side. They'll figure it out. They have to. A little girl's life depends on it. Well written and like-able characters make this a great story. I felt drawn in and part of this story. Mr. Martin is terrific at storytelling. He moves you through the book with an ease and an urgency so subtle you won't even realize it. Before you know it, you are caught up in the story and won't be able to put this book down. I didn't find two issues. The story does seem to lag in places. Not terribly bad, but enough to notice. Some of the story wan't needed. It was just extra filler. It doesn't help the story move along. I know these issues may contradict what I said above, but you will feel all of it. I gave this one 4 cheers out of 5 because of the issues. ~Copy of book provided by author and I voluntarily reviewed it.
jesNH More than 1 year ago
A Tangled Web is another well-written mystery with a cozy touch and down-home feel of Newfoundland. Mike Martin has created, once again, an interesting storyline with well-developed characters some of which are in the whole series. The dialogue has an easy flow to it while the story includes twists and turns with side stories going on. Being from Newfoundland previously, the author provides a tangible feel of the area, for the reader, of the weather conditions, food and dialect. The author describes each scene in such a way that I could almost feel the cold during the snowstorms and smell and taste all the delicious food that Winston ate. A feel good story with a likable character in Winston Windflower, a man who can always be trusted to do the job and do it well. I highly recommend all the books in this enjoyable series.