Web of Evil - J. A. Jance

Web of Evil

By J. A. Jance

  • Release Date: 2007-01-09
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 213 Ratings


New York Times bestselling author J.A. Jance is back with another masterful thriller featuring Ali Reynolds, an ex-television journalist who finds herself in a twisted web of mystery and murder.

Fired from her dream job as a Los Angeles new anchor and still recovering from the truth about her cheating husband, Ali is content to lick her wounds far away in Sedona, Arizona. But before she can leave the past behind, she must return to LA: her ex, Paul, is in a hurry for a divorce so he can marry his very young, very pregnant fiancée.

But the day before the final proceedings, Paul’s bound and broken body is found in the Palm Springs desert. Ali finds herself the sole heir to his wealthy estate—and the prime suspect in his brutal murder. As the evidence piles up against her, she must navigate a torturous path strewn with danger—and bodies—to expose the real cold-blooded thriller.


  • Natural selection Darwin case

    By Cat_madu2015
    So, really, this woman jumps to help the woman who was sleeping with her husband, but won't help her friend? In real life, she would be considered a Darwin natural selection case. Really, you are accused of murder & "she blogs about it"? Won't be reading any more books by this author- totally shallow characters...
  • Good book

    By Ggranny6
    Kept my interest. I would recommend it.
  • Web of Evil

    By Jeeps223
    Would have been nice if ALL of the book had been downloaded. Seven chapters missing.
  • Good read

    By 08 Dessie Mae
    I enjoyed it! It kept me interested and compelled me to keep reading. Easy, fast read. I could've enjoyed a tad of romance. 😍
  • More words doesn't equal a good book

    By Back 2 square 1
    This book is out of control and you will find yourself rolling your eyes through most of it. There are so many plots, subplots, heroes, and villains that it is simply ridiculous. Just when you think the story is close to the end you discover that you are only halfway there. The author has a good writing style but the need to fill up pages ruins the reader experience.