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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Web of Betrayal is a terrorist thriller written by Peter S. Berman. Anne Magruder is the daughter of a high-ranking IRA officer, who’s been involved in the past with Liam Cassidy, a young IRA extremist. Her father sent her to study at UCLA to get her away from Cassidy and others like him. When Annie receives a call from Liam asking to see her, she can’t resist. He tells her that he’s in town for only a short time and invites her to drive around on a surveillance mission with him the next day. Against her better judgment, she agrees and is horrified when Liam pulls out a gun and executes Captain Sean Clarke, the British Intelligence officer whose team executed Liam's sister some years before.
Peter S. Berman’s international terrorist thriller, Web of Betrayal, is an exciting and fast-paced story set in Los Angeles, California. Officers Gibson and Donahue of Robbery-Homicide, who were featured in Berman’s police procedural, Hidden Agenda, are back on the case along with Senior Prosecutor Renee Marin. Web of Betrayal has an international flavor to it as the terrorists are IRA agitators and the initial victims are British subjects. I enjoyed reading this book and following the complex and complicated procedures involved in handling international terrorism. There are also important ethical issues raised in this book that give the reader much to think about. Add to that bombings, office politics and political ambitions, and you have a suspenseful novel filled with action and plenty of surprises. I enjoyed Web of Betrayal and highly recommend it for fans of the terrorist thriller genre.