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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Web of Crimes by Peter d'Plesse is a thriller novel with a strong protagonist couple and a mystery that will keep you up at night until you reach the end. Alex hopes to find her grandfather’s aircraft that was lost in the Second World War. When Jed helps her locate it, she knows she is dangerously close to falling in love, but she resists with everything she has. However, before she has to make a decision, a new adventure calls them. A scientist found a rare aircraft and has disappeared. Jed and Alex look into this disappearance and figure out where the scientist went. However, the deeper they look, the more dangerous this new adventure becomes. Before they know it, they are targeted by some very dangerous people who want to keep the information hidden, along with whatever was inside that aircraft. When they get help, Jed and Alex accept it. But, when they are separated and in dire danger, Alex and Jed have to fight for their lives and each other.
Reading Web of Crimes was an absolute pleasure. Peter d'Plesse is right: Alex is independent, but she is very vulnerable. She is afraid of commitment, afraid of losing control, and is terrified of losing someone she loves. Jed, on the other hand, is open to love and beginning a loving relationship with Alex. The author is a genius. Peter d'Plesse creates surprisingly accurate connections, adds believable twists, and creates opportunities for the characters to share their story with readers. The mystery behind the scientist’s disappearance, the aircraft found, and whatever treasures and information were inside that aircraft are all well-managed by the author. The supporting characters and their respective stories become a nice sub-plot for the story. Incredible!