#BLOGTOUR | The Web They Wove – Catherine Yaffe @catherineyaffe @rararesources @gilbster1000 #bookblogger #bookreview #amreading

Not all killers are who they first seem..

The mutilated body of a young female is found in a popular recreation ground in Leeds city centre. DI Ziggy Thornes and his team are at once assigned to close the case.

With little to no forensic evidence left at the scene at first Ziggy struggles to put the pieces together. When a second body turns up in the same place, Ziggy starts to feel the pressure from his bosses and the media as fear spreads through the city.

Realising that victims have been held captive prior to their deaths, Ziggy delves deeper and relentlessly chases down every lead, taking him close to breaking point.

When the investigation leads him dangerously close to home, will time run out before the tangled web of evil he’s uncovered destroys everything he holds dear?

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All I can say is, wow. WOW.

Honestly, the cover gives me chills, so I knew I had to read this. The words on the inside, though…the writing is phenomenal! The Web They Wove by Catherine Yaffe is gritty, intense, and unique.

It didn’t take long to hook me, and once I was hooked, there was no chance of setting this down. This is so well written. It’s fast-paced, and the storytelling is so realistic.

I loved The Web They Wove. I highly recommend this to fans of this genre, because I don’t think you’ll be disappointed! Check it out!

Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources for the review copy and the opportunity to honestly review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.



Catherine Yaffe is a full-time writer of crime novels, based in the North of England. The Web They Wove is Catherine’s second novel and continues the theme of questioning how well we know those around us. Her debut novel ‘The Lie She Told’ in October ‘20 was received with widespread acclaim, and so far, has gained over 50 five star reviews across Goodreads and Amazon.

Twitter: @catherineyaffe | Facebook

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