Book Review: The Web Across the Water by MJ Heywood

This debut crime, suspense, technological and mystery thriller had me on the edge of my seat. Lily Moore, a stunning blond and prolific internet thief has her reasons for keeping people at arms length. However, when she targets Brad Jeffries she doesn’t let the catches in New York and she’s in London stop her from following through with her plans. What she doesn’t realise is that even with her arsenal of skilled friends she is facing possibly her most dangerous mark to date.

I was hooked in getting to know both antagonists in this story and the dark heinous past of Brad Jeffries, which is revealed by the time he meets Lily, makes the last quarter of the book compulsive and taut reading. The cat and mouse game that ensues is beyond gripping and a twist I didn’t see coming just made this even more intriguing.

I loved the way I was manoeuvred to soften for one of the characters in the face of the malevolent threat the other posed. The transatlantic element made it all the more interesting.

If you think you can get on-board with two scheming, deceptive and nefarious characters pitted against each other in the ultimate battle of one upmanship, then you definitely don’t want to miss this exciting, well paced thriller. This book is available to read for free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

Links To Book:
Amazon UK
Amazon US



  1. Thanks very much for taking the time to read the novel. I am glad that it had the desired effect.

    Is it okay for me to quote your review on the book cover please? If so, how should I accredit the quote?



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