3 edition of Tangled web. found in the catalog.
Cathy Gillen Thacker
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||251|
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book robust by: A Tangled Web is one of L.M. Montgomery's stand-alone books. It took a little getting used to because the book follows so many people, and it was hard to keep them all straight at first.
But after a few pages, the characters came to life, and I wanted to know their stories/5. A Tangled Web tells the story of Shanna Golyar, a twisted, jealous woman who, for years, piled lie upon lie and wove them all together to fool I've missed her distinctive writing style and her books since her death a few years ago/5.
Book Description. In The Tangled Web, Michal Zalewski, one of the world's top browser security experts, offers a compelling narrative that explains exactly how browsers work and why they're fundamentally than dispense simplistic advice on vulnerabilities, Zalewski examines the entire browser security model, revealing weak points and providing crucial.
Judith Michael is the pen name of husband-and-wife writing team Judith Barnard and Michael Fain, who live in Chicago and Aspen. Among their New York Times bestsellers are the novels Deceptions, Possessions, Private Affairs, Inheritance, A Ruling Passion, Sleeping Beauty, Pot of Gold, and A Tangled by: 1.
"Tangled Web" is an enjoyable read, although I found that "certain spark" missing. I liked the MC's well enough, but didn't especially feel an emotional connection to them.
Living in England in the 's I realize that gay relations were an invitation to disastrious consequences, up to and including death by hanging/5(17).