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Reviewed by Lisa McCombs for Readers' Favorite
“Come now, Jamie. You must come before it’s too late.” It had been years since her last visit to Great-Aunt Elizabeth’s home, but Jamie knew that this request was imperative. Something was wrong and she was the only person Elizabeth could turn to. Of course, Jamie told herself, it was old age on her great-aunt’s part and all was well. The visit would do them both good. Her memories of those previous visits were hazy and Jamie was unclear why being in the old homestead made her uneasy, but she was very certain that the creaks and moans of the house were not normal. Even with all the doors and windows locked, there seemed to be someone else lurking in the shadows of the house.
Cobwebs, a contemporary suspense novel by Mary Coley, is the perfect read for a rainy day. Coley has a talent for perfecting appropriately written imagery that has the reader cautiously looking over one shoulder in fear. The short chapters encourage even the reluctant reader to continue uninterrupted to the next scene. Mary Coley exhibits a gift for suspense in this tightly-woven and surprising tale of unexpected turns and twists, fashioned much like a 1940s mystery. Although the character list is quite lengthy, Coley’s cast of participants is relevant and very believable. I feel that the family ties involved in the main theme of this story are not of the ordinary story line, making this tale fresh in the fiction genre. I really appreciate a cleanly told mystery devoid of inappropriate language and sexual nuances. Well done!