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Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite
Tangled In The Web, Quick Mystery #2 has a lot going on. There is humor, mystery, romance, twists and turns, friendship and baseball. The main star of the story is Quick, a man who has gotten himself into an impossible situation that may or may not find him dead in the end. Quick is an expert baseball memorabilia dealer. He finds himself being blackmailed for a crime he committed and got away with many years ago. The shop, filled with baseball cards and more, is burned to the ground and he has no choice but to take a job sending him to the Cleveland Rock and Roll Auction to verify the authenticity of several very old and valuable items. He meets his old friend Donny Duluth, a counterfeiter of fine art and memorabilia, who is recently out of jail. He is in the process of pulling off a scam and Quick has just become a large part of it.
I found myself laughing, worrying about Quick staying alive, wondering which of his two lady friends he would pick, or would he be smart enough to walk away from both of them. Tangled In The Web is an easy, entertaining read that will leave you wanting more of Quick and his friends. Author Jeff Stanger knows how to present his baseball knowledge, his unusual characters and his action-filled plot in the perfect combination to make Tangled In The Web a success. This is a book that covers several genres of topics but is a fun read for anyone who just enjoys a good story.