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One Night, Two Dead Victims Killers don’t patiently wait their turn before committing murder Detective Hannah Shor is desperate to prove her worth to her superiors, and herself. When a middle aged man is found stabbed to death in his apartment, she might just get her chance. But then she finds that the victim was a vile Internet Troll, sexually harassing women on Twitter. Ha One Night, Two Dead Victims Killers don’t patiently wait their turn before committing murder Detective Hannah Shor is desperate to prove her worth to her superiors, and herself. When a middle aged man is found stabbed to death in his apartment, she might just get her chance. But then she finds that the victim was a vile Internet Troll, sexually harassing women on Twitter. Hannah starts wondering if she really wants to catch his killer. And the night is far from over. Only several hours later, a young woman is strangled to death. Detective Jacob Cooper discovers that the victim was lost in her own online world–a recluse who spent all day sucked into a violent online role-playing game. To find the killer, Jacob might have to step into the game. Now Hannah will have to push aside her qualms, and Jacob will have to find a way to overcome his technophobia, if they want to crack the cases. Their search will take them into the seedier parts of the Internet and uncover shocking secrets as they attempt to expose a killer.


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One Night, Two Dead Victims Killers don’t patiently wait their turn before committing murder Detective Hannah Shor is desperate to prove her worth to her superiors, and herself. When a middle aged man is found stabbed to death in his apartment, she might just get her chance. But then she finds that the victim was a vile Internet Troll, sexually harassing women on Twitter. Ha One Night, Two Dead Victims Killers don’t patiently wait their turn before committing murder Detective Hannah Shor is desperate to prove her worth to her superiors, and herself. When a middle aged man is found stabbed to death in his apartment, she might just get her chance. But then she finds that the victim was a vile Internet Troll, sexually harassing women on Twitter. Hannah starts wondering if she really wants to catch his killer. And the night is far from over. Only several hours later, a young woman is strangled to death. Detective Jacob Cooper discovers that the victim was lost in her own online world–a recluse who spent all day sucked into a violent online role-playing game. To find the killer, Jacob might have to step into the game. Now Hannah will have to push aside her qualms, and Jacob will have to find a way to overcome his technophobia, if they want to crack the cases. Their search will take them into the seedier parts of the Internet and uncover shocking secrets as they attempt to expose a killer.

30 review for Deadly Web

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alex ♈

    3.5 stars Two cases, two murders. The 1st victim was disgusting indeed, he deserved what he got. I got lost for a bit around the middle and toward the end, nevertheless interesting and enjoyable.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Conor Howard

    Average story. There isn't much suspense that leaves you hanging onto the edge of your seat. the story plods along. Average story. There isn't much suspense that leaves you hanging onto the edge of your seat. the story plods along.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michelle (Michelle's Book Ends) Shealy

    "But the best -laid plans of mice and men oft go astray. Sometimes, they go astray because of an anonymous phone call. In this case, it was a phone call reporting a murder, A woman named Dona Aliya had been strangled to death. Just like that, Jacob and Mitchell were snatched from Frank Gulliepe's case, and thrown unceremoniously into a completely different murder case.".... Detectives Hannah Shor and Jacob Cooper each have a murder to solve. Hannah feels she has to prove herself after a previous "But the best -laid plans of mice and men oft go astray. Sometimes, they go astray because of an anonymous phone call. In this case, it was a phone call reporting a murder, A woman named Dona Aliya had been strangled to death. Just like that, Jacob and Mitchell were snatched from Frank Gulliepe's case, and thrown unceremoniously into a completely different murder case.".... Detectives Hannah Shor and Jacob Cooper each have a murder to solve. Hannah feels she has to prove herself after a previous mistake. Her case isn't necessarily one she cares if it's solved or not. Jacob on the other hand, is going to have to extend himself to solve the one he gets. His victim, Dona, was involved in an online game that may have led to her death. Jacob isn't exactly computer savvy so this case is going to be a challenge. This is the 2nd book in the police procedural novel called the "Glenmore Park Mystery." In the first book we read about Detective Mitchell Lonnie and his cop sister, Tanessa. In this one Mitchell steps in to help Jacob when he catches that other murder case. His sister Tanessa is also part of this book, in a minor role. Can they solve either case? Is the victim, Frank, in the first case going to get justice? Not everyone thinks he deserves it. Can Hannah fix her previous mistake, or is she being too hard on herself? I liked seeing more of the other cop characters this time around. while still keeping the ones from the first book. It expanded your view of the "Glenmore Park Police Dept." Characters that I enjoy reading about and an interesting story, just as good as the first one. Comfortable read. Some exciting moments, and a great ending. Oh the future possibilities! Looking forward to more in this cop series. Thank you Mike Omer

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alice Blanchard

    Brilliant, as usual!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dom

    Mike Omer has again written a brilliant story. We see a lot more of some of our favourite characters from the first book and now we know them better it's a lot easier to keep up with who is who. 2 separate murders, 2 separate victims. This was a brilliant read and still had me gripped however it lacked a bit of suspense which is why I have marked it down a star. Nonetheless still a brilliantly written book. Mike Omer has again written a brilliant story. We see a lot more of some of our favourite characters from the first book and now we know them better it's a lot easier to keep up with who is who. 2 separate murders, 2 separate victims. This was a brilliant read and still had me gripped however it lacked a bit of suspense which is why I have marked it down a star. Nonetheless still a brilliantly written book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne

    2.5 #2- All over the map and unfortunately, I didn't connect with any character. 2.5 #2- All over the map and unfortunately, I didn't connect with any character.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Vicki

    This was a pretty good book, short and sweet. I really like Mike Omer, a fairly new author to me. Hannah and Jacob are detectives who have a case to solve, one for each. Hannah has already made mistakes so she's out to prove what she can do; Jacob is bound and determined to solve his case. He meets with extra difficulty with his case. I like the characters. I thought the plot was good but not excellent. I really like more suspense and sit-on-the-edge-of-my-seat plot and with this book I wasn't th This was a pretty good book, short and sweet. I really like Mike Omer, a fairly new author to me. Hannah and Jacob are detectives who have a case to solve, one for each. Hannah has already made mistakes so she's out to prove what she can do; Jacob is bound and determined to solve his case. He meets with extra difficulty with his case. I like the characters. I thought the plot was good but not excellent. I really like more suspense and sit-on-the-edge-of-my-seat plot and with this book I wasn't that nervous reading it. LOL But overall I really liked it enough to know I'll read Mike Omer again.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Karen Bailey

    Confusing and rambling murder mystery? I’ve read a few of Mike’s books and it was too complicated with two different story lines that didn’t connect with his serial killer theme. I was very unsatisfied

  9. 4 out of 5

    Todd Simpson

    This was such an enjoyable read. This is my second Mike Omer book, and I have thoroughly enjoyed both of them. The characters are quite diverse, and I really like the humour the Author has added in. After sitting on a stakeout for many hours, Hannah thought her and her partner Bernard had finally caught Devin Derkins for drug dealing, and hopefully then be able to track down his supplier. Unfortunately for them Devin is sick, and the man they catch is Mikey who is unlucky enough to be filling in This was such an enjoyable read. This is my second Mike Omer book, and I have thoroughly enjoyed both of them. The characters are quite diverse, and I really like the humour the Author has added in. After sitting on a stakeout for many hours, Hannah thought her and her partner Bernard had finally caught Devin Derkins for drug dealing, and hopefully then be able to track down his supplier. Unfortunately for them Devin is sick, and the man they catch is Mikey who is unlucky enough to be filling in for Devin. They no sooner drop Mikey into the lock up, when they are called out to investigate the murder of Frank Gulliepe. Frank was unlucky enough to be stabbed in the heart, and then multiple times after that by someone that definitely wanted him dead. It didn’t take them long to find out that Frank was at a local Bar, and purchased Ecstasy from Chad Grimes, a known drug dealer. Now they just need to find him. Franks parents are dead, but they need to advise his sister of his death, and she is close by in the Wexler Care Centre. Melinda is Autistic, and she advises Hannah and Bernard that she has noticed a blue ford fiesta for the last two weeks, that doesn’t belong in the centre’s car park. This just adds to the many leads that are mounting up. Upon further investigation into Franks Twitter and Facebook accounts, they learn that he was harassing a number of women on line, with very abusive messages. Finally they catch up with Chad Grimes, and he decides it’s a good idea to start shooting at them. However when they do arrest him, he is adamant that he’s not Franks killer. A great story that had me hooked from the first page. If you like Murder Mystery’s, then this is a must read.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Pauline Ross

    “If there was one single reason to be a man, it was the ability to pee in a bottle.” With this opening line, you know at once that this isn’t just another police procedural mystery — this is a Mike Omer mystery, and that means large dollops of humour mixed in with the serial killers and blood. I’m not normally a fan of police procedurals (give me a cozy any day), but I’ll read anything this man puts out. I love his books. I enjoyed the first in the Glenmore Park series, Spider’s Web, but this one “If there was one single reason to be a man, it was the ability to pee in a bottle.” With this opening line, you know at once that this isn’t just another police procedural mystery — this is a Mike Omer mystery, and that means large dollops of humour mixed in with the serial killers and blood. I’m not normally a fan of police procedurals (give me a cozy any day), but I’ll read anything this man puts out. I love his books. I enjoyed the first in the Glenmore Park series, Spider’s Web, but this one is even better. The characters are becoming even more finely drawn than before, and this time the crimes to be solved seemed more realistic and the police handling a tad more sensible. I also liked that the two cases to be solved didn’t turn out to be somehow related at the end. Or perhaps I should more cautiously say, if there was a connection between them, it whizzed over my head (which is always possible). The twist to both cases is that they revolve around the internet (a theme of the series - the web of the titles). One murder victim has a secret online identity harrassing women. The other has a secret online identity in a computer game. Trawling through the victims’ social media presence is a critical part of the police investigation, and I absolutely loved the time when the cops had to go into the game to interview a witness. A classic moment! If you like police procedurals with compelling characters, intriguing mysteries and some laugh-out-loud moments, I highly recommend this series. Five stars.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Marcia Witherspoon

    Turned out to be a good read It started out kind of slow but eventually picked up once they got into the actual investigation of the murders. I was not impressed with Hannah, one of the directives in the story because her biggest motives for solving the crime was to impress her colleagues and she was too bossy when it came to her partner. However, I just loved Jacob and his partner Mitchell and the way they work together on investigating murders. Jacob is especially interesting as the older and m Turned out to be a good read It started out kind of slow but eventually picked up once they got into the actual investigation of the murders. I was not impressed with Hannah, one of the directives in the story because her biggest motives for solving the crime was to impress her colleagues and she was too bossy when it came to her partner. However, I just loved Jacob and his partner Mitchell and the way they work together on investigating murders. Jacob is especially interesting as the older and more seasoned professional. I would recommend.

  12. 4 out of 5

    R.E. E. Derouin

    Deadly Web by Mike Web 11/3/2020 Kindle I read this book back to back with installment one of the series, and shortly after reading a couple of the author’s other works. Characters from that series also show up in this Glenmore Park group. If I had read this book as a standalone I think I’d have been even more confused with the multitude of folks involved. Detective Hannah Shor leads the way as she tries to enhance her wilting resume with a top solve. She sees her chance when a Mr. Nice Guy Deadly Web by Mike Web 11/3/2020 Kindle I read this book back to back with installment one of the series, and shortly after reading a couple of the author’s other works. Characters from that series also show up in this Glenmore Park group. If I had read this book as a standalone I think I’d have been even more confused with the multitude of folks involved. Detective Hannah Shor leads the way as she tries to enhance her wilting resume with a top solve. She sees her chance when a Mr. Nice Guy is found brutally murdered. The victim’s reputation is quickly changed to an internet bad guy who attempts to destroy lives with cruel postings, breeding a number of suspects bent on revenge. The story line is interesting and the flow easy to follow and I have no problem with the writing. I do have one private peeve, and that’s the location. I’m always interested in the settings of novels I read, whether I’m personally familiar with the locale or not. I understand that some authors create places, or change the names of other cities that are readily identifiable. I find either of these subtle geography lessons a pleasurable part of any read, either way. Glenmore Park was a major disappointment to me. I grew up in Massachusetts, in a city north of Boston so I looked forward to learning more about this author’s creation. Instead I was given more details of menu items on take-out food and other meaningless descriptions. I have no sense of feel for this place. There are skyscrapers, yet it seems only mid-size; it is twenty miles north of Boston, yet two hours from Haverhill. There is zippo of the city’s background or history. Just a pet peeve. Overall, I can recommend this series as an interesting read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    An entertaining read Having read the first book in this series and thoroughly enjoyed it, I was a little disappointed that this wasn’t a direct follow on from that. Although some of the characters re-appeared, I was a bit surprised to be given completely new characters who I didn’t know anything about. It took me a little while to get into this one, however after the first 3 chapters it all started to come together and I found the new characters every bit as interesting as the ones I was familiar An entertaining read Having read the first book in this series and thoroughly enjoyed it, I was a little disappointed that this wasn’t a direct follow on from that. Although some of the characters re-appeared, I was a bit surprised to be given completely new characters who I didn’t know anything about. It took me a little while to get into this one, however after the first 3 chapters it all started to come together and I found the new characters every bit as interesting as the ones I was familiar with. Mike Omer has a very dry wit and his writing is quite amusing. I found that this story, in particular, was packed with throw away lines that made me chuckle, and despite the fact that this was a crime thriller, I found the comedic sections very enjoyable. The two plots were quite involved and took some sorting through, with plenty of twists in both – although I am pleased to say that both detective teams finally got to grips with the crimes and solved their cases. One thing I will say is that, although I enjoy the “Web” series, I much prefer Mr Omer’s “Zoe Bentley” series and will be eagerly looking out for the next one, however in the meantime I will happily read the next in this series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Luella

    The Deadly web is a novel right after the Spider’s Web, my last book review. Which is 400 pages long, which genre centralizes on Thriller, Mystery, Suspense and Police procedural. Mike Omer the author “has been a game developer, a CEO of a gaming company and a journalist in the past.” (Sacha Luella Draycott, 2019). A majority of his books are on the theme of crime, makers of crime and the victims of it. This novel was published June 25th, 2016 shortly after the publication of the prior novel. Th The Deadly web is a novel right after the Spider’s Web, my last book review. Which is 400 pages long, which genre centralizes on Thriller, Mystery, Suspense and Police procedural. Mike Omer the author “has been a game developer, a CEO of a gaming company and a journalist in the past.” (Sacha Luella Draycott, 2019). A majority of his books are on the theme of crime, makers of crime and the victims of it. This novel was published June 25th, 2016 shortly after the publication of the prior novel. The book is about how Dective Hannah Shor desires to prove herself worthy to the higher up, as well as he herself. She finds a middle aged man murdered in his home, desperate to solve the case until she finds out that the man was a Internet Troll, harassing women. Several hours later, a woman is strangled to death, Detective Jacob Cooper now must find the murderer. Both cases will take them to the deep end of the Internet, uncovering vile secret while trying to catch a killer. I like this book alot, as it resemble the first book. This book is a ⅘.

  15. 4 out of 5

    sweetpeagjyahoo.com

    A peek at the various reasons for murder I enjoyed this book because it shows different killings for each one. I really couldn't imagine having to sift through the process of uncovering a killer. The reasons for them are so different yet the results are the same. It's amazing how much you really don't know a person just by being their friends. We all have a public personality that the world sees yet we all carry our own baggage that we don't share. It's amazing how much our social media platforms A peek at the various reasons for murder I enjoyed this book because it shows different killings for each one. I really couldn't imagine having to sift through the process of uncovering a killer. The reasons for them are so different yet the results are the same. It's amazing how much you really don't know a person just by being their friends. We all have a public personality that the world sees yet we all carry our own baggage that we don't share. It's amazing how much our social media platforms can reveal about us that the police, future employers, colleges, etc can tell about what is posted. This idea scares the hell out of me. This book really makes you think about what you post can be inferred and how you can be stalked it. I'd recommend this book to everyone. Don't post pictures of yourself underage drinking, doing drugs or anything else that can instantly ruin your life or attract the wrong attention. Posting almost naked selfies, why?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Trudy Nye

    Three stars is generous, I wish Goodreads would give us half-star options, how hard could it be? Two-and-a-half stars is more accurate. This book was not up to Mike Omer's standards; his first Glenmore Park Mystery was much better. In this book, Omer seemed to be trying to flesh out his characters and their relationships. While that is not a bad thing, this attempt fell a bit short. The two-murder story line was not as interesting, either, and the video game section was boring and irritating. I Three stars is generous, I wish Goodreads would give us half-star options, how hard could it be? Two-and-a-half stars is more accurate. This book was not up to Mike Omer's standards; his first Glenmore Park Mystery was much better. In this book, Omer seemed to be trying to flesh out his characters and their relationships. While that is not a bad thing, this attempt fell a bit short. The two-murder story line was not as interesting, either, and the video game section was boring and irritating. I am not sure now whether to try Omer's Glenmore Park #3.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    Deadly Web follows the Glenmore Park detectives as they work to solve two different murders. Hannah and her partner are assigned a case of a vile man who harassed women on Twitter. While I found the case itself quite interesting, Hannah grated on my nerves. I felt like her focus was on impressing her higher ups than really wanting to find justice. The 2nd story line, which I thought was really good, involved Mitchell and Lonnie as they investigated a depressed recluse (who is a huge gamer) who i Deadly Web follows the Glenmore Park detectives as they work to solve two different murders. Hannah and her partner are assigned a case of a vile man who harassed women on Twitter. While I found the case itself quite interesting, Hannah grated on my nerves. I felt like her focus was on impressing her higher ups than really wanting to find justice. The 2nd story line, which I thought was really good, involved Mitchell and Lonnie as they investigated a depressed recluse (who is a huge gamer) who is found strangled in her house. Overall, I enjoyed it. Grade: 3/5

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tara Butler

    Anticlimactic and boring Unfortunately this book is terribly boring compared to the other Glenmore Park crime reads, which is surprising considering the writing skill of the author. Two separate cases, four detectives, two murders and no thrill, no chase, no “who dun it”. Weird ending that seems more of an afterthought, as if he was over the story and decided to wrap it up quickly, like a tv series that gets canceled and leaves you wondering “wait, what?”. I’m sorry to say I wont be reading any Anticlimactic and boring Unfortunately this book is terribly boring compared to the other Glenmore Park crime reads, which is surprising considering the writing skill of the author. Two separate cases, four detectives, two murders and no thrill, no chase, no “who dun it”. Weird ending that seems more of an afterthought, as if he was over the story and decided to wrap it up quickly, like a tv series that gets canceled and leaves you wondering “wait, what?”. I’m sorry to say I wont be reading any more of the series.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Linda Cirillo

    "If there was one single reason to be a man, it was the ability to pee in a bottle." Best first line I've read yet this year. Because two different murder cases are going on simultaneously, all Omer's detectives play a part in this book (except Zoe. Where was Zoe?). I especially enjoyed the video game that Det. Cooper fumbled through in order to learn his victim's game mates. (Omer, you know, is a game developer). Funny as the 20-year with him rolled his eyes at Cooper's game-ignorance. I really "If there was one single reason to be a man, it was the ability to pee in a bottle." Best first line I've read yet this year. Because two different murder cases are going on simultaneously, all Omer's detectives play a part in this book (except Zoe. Where was Zoe?). I especially enjoyed the video game that Det. Cooper fumbled through in order to learn his victim's game mates. (Omer, you know, is a game developer). Funny as the 20-year with him rolled his eyes at Cooper's game-ignorance. I really like this author and can't wait for the next book to come out.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Geoff Jenkins

    Pretty good but a little bit confused I have loved the author’s previous work and this one was good. My only issue with this one is that it’s two completely different stories in the same book. I read mainly at work so I have to read it a few chapters at a time. With two different stories going I feel like I’m playing catch up for the first ten pages so I only really have 20 minutes to read. The stories are good though.

  21. 4 out of 5

    roy douglas lynch

    Robuster Solid work. Interesting story. A good blend of characters . I enjoyed Hanna’s story line. Well crafted work. Not the great American Novel but I doubt it was intended to be. A good read , interesting book. Here is the only thing I did not like, the Villains in this authors other work have been very rememberable. In this one they were bland . Which made the story bland.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Karie

    A page turner I really do love the author's writing style. Some total laugh out loud moments with the sense of humor that is used in the writings. Would have given this a five star as well, but both murders were cleaned up rather quickly. Pairing that with a couple characters that weren't really followed up upon. A page turner I really do love the author's writing style. Some total laugh out loud moments with the sense of humor that is used in the writings. Would have given this a five star as well, but both murders were cleaned up rather quickly. Pairing that with a couple characters that weren't really followed up upon.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Harry McClellan

    Deadly Web What a great mystery ,it was written to keep you on your toes.. I thought the characters were great ,everyone seemed to enhance the story, The plot was ideal, they kept it interesting and fun, Who says you can't write story without sex and violence and keep a reader wanting more ? Thank you for a great read. Deadly Web What a great mystery ,it was written to keep you on your toes.. I thought the characters were great ,everyone seemed to enhance the story, The plot was ideal, they kept it interesting and fun, Who says you can't write story without sex and violence and keep a reader wanting more ? Thank you for a great read.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kevin

    A good story, but... I noticed a few inconsistencies in the story a couple of “his” that should have been “her” and the time as reported in chapter 2 is not the same as the recap of the events in chapter 20... The police arrived before the murder happened? Good story with quick endings to two story lines...

  25. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    Another great book! I just found this author and have read a few of his books. He had become another of my favorite authors. I really enjoyed this book. This book kept me guessing who the killers were. Read this book in just a few days!! Can't wait to read the next book. I definitely recommend thug s book! Another great book! I just found this author and have read a few of his books. He had become another of my favorite authors. I really enjoyed this book. This book kept me guessing who the killers were. Read this book in just a few days!! Can't wait to read the next book. I definitely recommend thug s book!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Shirley Alvarez

    Deadly Web Another great book. Can't wait to start next one. Hopefully there are more to come. Kindle Unlimited is great but now I'm going to buy them because they are a re-read series! Deadly Web Another great book. Can't wait to start next one. Hopefully there are more to come. Kindle Unlimited is great but now I'm going to buy them because they are a re-read series!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Irene Hill

    A few good laughs and educating... Good fresh story, bringing in more characters and interesting snippets about online gaming and the horrors of compuer use of bullying and loss of personal privacy and lack of comeback on non authorised people posting sensitive images

  28. 5 out of 5

    Debs Longman

    Good story line I like the characters in these books and the books are easy to read. It didn’t have as much suspense as the first book and I felt it finished a little ubruptly when we learned the killers identity. However, I still enjoyed and have downloaded the next one.

  29. 4 out of 5

    liz giardina

    I couldn’t put the first book in this series down. But this one kept loosing me. It was an OK read but didn’t compare to others I’ve read by this author. If this was my first one I’d his i may not try another.

  30. 5 out of 5

    jerrie

    Decent A fairly good mystery. The story leads the reader through two different murders. The characters are well defined. It read really well and I had a hard time putting the book down. I became a bit lost between the two murders. It may be because I read before sleep.

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