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J.A. Jance
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Web of Evil is Book 2 in the Ali Reynolds series, and the later books, I feel, are successively better, with more realistic characters and .

Web of Evil is Book 2 in the Ali Reynolds series, and the later books, I feel, are successively better, with more realistic characters and dialog.

Book 1 of 13 in the Ali Reynolds Series. Web of Evil: A Novel of Suspense (Ali Reynolds Series) by . Only 18 left in stock (more on the way). Hand of Evil (Ali Reynolds Series) by . Only 16 left in stock (more on the way).

Ali Reynolds was being such a twit so many times in Web of Evil, that it. .

Ali Reynolds was being such a twit so many times in Web of Evil, that it was hard for me to bear listening to her. It's a good thing I've already listened to books one and three, or I wouldn't want t.Jance is the New York Times bestselling author of the Ali Reynolds series, the . Beaumont series, and the Joanna Brady series, as well as five interrelated Southwestern thrillers featuring the Walker family. Born in South Dakota and brought up in Bisbee, Arizona, Jance lives with her husband in Seattle, Washington, and Tucson, Arizona. Visit her online at JAJance. Библиографические данные.

Web of Evil: A Novel of Suspense (Ali Reynolds Book 2). From Publishers Weekly. Jance keeps former . TV news anchor Ali Reynolds in her native Arizona for her third lead appearance (following Web of Evil). Fatal Error: A Novel (Ali Reynolds Book 6). Ali, still recovering from the murder of her, is aided by her parents and her old high school chum, newly divorced detective and marine reservist Dave Holman.

Ali reynolds mysteries. Joanna brady mysteries. Web of evil: a novel of suspense, J. A. Jance. ISBN-13: 978-1-4165-4519-4. ISBN-10: 1-4165-4519-0.

Web of Evil: A Novel of Suspense. Narrated by Karen Ziemba. 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. 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? Read on the Scribd mobile app.

There’s plenty of action and adventure.

This is Book 2, of J. Jance’s, Ali Reynold’s series, and it’s fantastic. There’s plenty of action and adventure. I’m looking forward to the rest of the books in the series. Aug 31, 2014 Steve Lindahl rated it really liked it. I've been listening to the audio versions of a few of .

товар 2 Web of Evil: A Novel of Suspense (Ali Reynolds) Jance, . I've read every book that Judith Jance has written. The critics don't seem to like her Ali Reynolds books, calling them uninspired. Hardcover -Web of Evil: A Novel of Suspense (Ali Reynolds) Jance, . 309,90 RUB. + 619,81 RUB за доставку. товар 3 Web of Evil: A Novel of Suspense (Ali Reynolds), . Jance, Good Book -Web of Evil: A Novel of Suspense (Ali Reynolds), . Maybe the idea of someone turning to her 'blog' to vent and clarify her thoughts isn't valid to them. I won't jump on that kind of value judgment bandwagon. I've enjoyed the books.

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Hopping mad after her termination from a high-profile anchor job, Ali Reynolds returns to her Arizona hometown and vents her outrage on a personal blog, but when her estranged husband is found dead in Palm Springs, Ali finds herself accused of his murder. By the author of Edge of Evil. 250,000 first printing.
  • I am very much a J. A. Jance fan. I love her Brady series and like her Beaumont series almost as much. I find her Ali Reynolds books a little too contrived. The character fluctuates a little too much between being foolhardy to the point of stupidity and scared to death. And what seems unrealustic to me is that the only times she seems really frightened occur when she is surrounded by protection whereas she seemingly fearlessly walks into situation after situation in which common sense would tell a person they are dangerous - not to mention the fact that in most cases she has been warned they are dangerous. I realize such occurances are part of the plot but it is why events in the Ali Reynolds books seem contrived. I also find the blog entries a bit tiresome.

  • J.A Jance has become one of my favorite, preferred authors. The Ali Reynolds series is quickly becoming my favorite series of the four she has written: J.P. Beaumont (Seattle, WA Policeman Detective) was her first series, Joanne Brady (Cochise Country, AZ Sheriff; my favorite and my introduction to the southwest when I moved to Cochise County, AZ 3 years ago), and the Walker Family (Pima County (Tucson), AZ Sheriff) is her fourth series are all excellent. Having said that, it would be very difficult for me to decide which of the four series is my favorite. I supposed the favorite would have to be whichever series Jances' latest book is from. Can't wait to read more!

    My only other favorite, preferred authors is Kathy Reichs, author of the "Temperance Brennan" or "Bones" series, which I would assume most TV watchers and medical/forensic mystery readers know of. She writes several series as well: Virals (teenage mysteries)' Eposure, Code and Seizure.

    As both a retired U.S. Army NCO and forensic psychologist, I find these series extremely engrossing and highly enjoyable. I would recommend them to anyone who has an interest in mystery stories. The Reich series for medical/forensic/police mysteries and J.A. Jance for non-standard Sheriff/police mysteries. They are truly worth your time and energy. And, on Kindle especially, the price is inconsequential.

  • This book was read after reading a later one of the Ali Reynolds series. At the end of that story, I liked the character even though I thought she was a bit of a space cadet. So, figuring it would be enjoyable to read the series from the beginning, I looked forward to this episode in the life of a rather impetuous young woman.
    Impetuous is not the right adjective for Ali. Dumb is! Although this story does keep you engrosse and the characters interact well,this girl is as dumb as a bag of rocks. She seems to care about every down-trodden person on the face of this earth, but doesn't even blink when putting her own family in harm's way.(oops, she does occasionally show a little pang of guilt) who would rather see the bad guys captured instead of making sure their son was ok?

    The action and plot were enthralling as J. A. Jance only knows how. I will probably read more of this series because they do hold my attention. I can only hope Ali thinks before she leaps, or at least lets someone know she's leaping.

  • Fast-paced, twisting and enjoyable. Character Ali Reynolds and her blog "cut loose" provide great entertainment as she battles a variety of issues. Easy to follow story line and surprise ending.

    "According to my therapist, I had to grieve not only for the man who was gone but also for the man who never was— and for the dream I once had about how our life together would be. Grieving for the dream is as hard as grieving for the person."

    I gave this book three stars as rape/pregnancy/abortion detracted from the story.
    Unfortunately abortion was brought into the story. A rapist managed to impregnate two girls from the same family. One girl chose abortion and that made her evil.

    I may re-read this story and look forward to other works by this author.

  • This was a disappointment. After I read this, I wondered if Jance used a ghost writer. Many authors, including Jance (or ghost writer?) do very little research on firearms. Taking a handgun to California without following some strict requirements, is illegal and can get you arrested. Carrying one concealed without one of the few permits, which are not issued to non-residents, WILL get you arrested. The plot was quite promising until about three-fourths of the way through the book. The shootout in the restaurant was more like a scene from a Grade B cops and robbers movie. There were many inconsistencies and unlikely turns in the plot. The reader will find them obvious, if they read the book. I suggest reading her Joanna Brady novels first, as well as the early JP Beaumont novels. I'm giving it three stars -- "It was okay" -- for the plot, altho it wasn't well developed. And that's half a star too much.

  • I'm a fan of J.A. Jance and love all her characters -- JP Beaumont, Joanna Brady, and Ali Reynolds. Web of Evil is Book 2 in the Ali Reynolds series, and the later books, I feel, are successively better, with more realistic characters and dialog. The plot in this book was good, and the use of Ali's blog was an interesting way to advance the plot; but, there were way too many loose ends to tie up causing the ending to drag on and on and on and on.... Additionally, without giving any spoilers, I was particularly dismayed with the treatment of one particular character and did not like at all how that part of the plot was conveniently disposed of. This book seems much more amateurish than later novels.

  • Second in the series ---- and since reading The Hardy Boys when I was a kid, I love this genre! Poor Ali, once and media TV anchor, has been replaced by a "pretty young thing." And her husband has been cheating on her with more than one woman. Now Ali is the prime suspect in this man's murder. Pure fun to read --- many of the characters have moved on from the first book in the series.