Monday, October 31, 2016
Book Review: "Tangled Webs"
In Tangled Webs, the youngest McGregor brother, Finn, is recovering from a serious accident that nearly cost his life. Not only is it a miracle that he survived, but also that he didn't lose his leg. Physical wounds nearly healed, Finn decides to take some time to deal with the more difficult wounds: PTSD and Moral Injury. At his request, his brothers find a secluded cabin he can lease from a friend for a month in order to process his emotions in his own way. His family is skeptical, but they respect his wishes.
Once there, however, Finn discovers that his neighbor in the nearest cabin is recovering from trauma of her own. But as they begin to build a friendship and listen to each other's stories, they strange incidents start happening in the woods and around the pond on Dana's land. Finn puts his recovery on hold to protect his new neighbor and discover what's going on.
As the title implies, the story is tangled. Fans of Christian mystery and suspense will enjoy reading this book. The publisher sent me a complimentary copy to read. I'm happy to share my opinion through this review.