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Publication Date: 2009
Availability: In Stock
Series: Hidden Faces
Brandilyn Collins, known for her trademark Seatbelt Suspense, is the bestselling author of Violet Dawn, Coral Moon, Crimson Eve, Eyes of Elisha, and other novels. She and her family live in Coeur dAlene, Idaho. Visit her website at www.brandilyncollins.com and her blog at www.forensicsandfaith.blogspot.com
Stacey4 Stars Out Of 5May 14, 2008StaceyI enjoyed reading "Web of Lies", but must admit that it wasn't my favorite Annie Kingston or Chelsea Adams book. I am one of those suspense readers who actually prefers to guess the ending, and this book had so many plot twists and turns that I was unable to do so. Still, both leading ladies are showcased strongly in this novel. Their chemistry was truly powerful. I loved being reunited with Chelsea Adams and I enjoyed experiencing her prayers. I especially appreciated how she incorporated scripture when she prayed. I will happily add any book that Brandilyn writes involving either of these characters to my personal library.
Maresa Bowen4 Stars Out Of 5August 30, 2007Maresa BowenI read all four books in this series. Brandilyn Collins is a great read. I finished the fourth book series in less than four days. I could not put them down. Highly intense with an unbelievable ending; I never would have guessed. I will read Brandilyn Collins again!
Tina5 Stars Out Of 5December 15, 2006TinaHow could I have not ever read a book by Brandilyn Collins????? Her mix of crimes & Christianity totally enthralled me. My only complaint? This was the last book in what appears to be two different series. Ack! Of course I had to run out and get all the books I missed because I loved this one so much!Web of Lies brings together forensic artist Annie Kingston and visionary Chelesa Adams, closing out two different series. The Hidden Faces series which revolves around Annie and the Chelesa Adams series. What an incredible idea! As a reader who devours every book written by an author I like the concept of wrapping up two series with one book is awesome. I tend to fall in love with all the books I read and I always wonder what would happen if characters from different series were able to interact.Annie Kingston has witnessed a shooting in broad daylight. Several hours away God has show Chelsea Adams a horrible vision of a murder about to take place. Bring the two women together and what happens? Layer upon layer of faith and terror as the women race to uncover a murderer who wants to get personal with one of them.What can I say. Web of Lies is a page turner! Its well paced, action packed and accurately portrays the challenges of faith I believe someone in that situation might have. Thank you Christian Fiction Blog Tour! Ive found yet another new author. Barnes & Nobles also thanks you because Ive dropped a few extra bucks there this week buying Ms. Collins other books!If youve read Christian fiction in the past and it left a bad taste in your mouth - check out this Seatbelt Suspense. Itll totally change your mind!!
Kim5 Stars Out Of 5June 16, 2006Kim"Don't forget to breath!" is right!! Don't forget to read with your eyes open! Don't read this before falling asleep! Ohhhhh, this book is AWESOME!!!!! Brandilyn is getting better and better with each page she writes!!! This book is a beautiful blend of faith, prayer, suspence, and pure creepy that you will not be able to put it down!!! This is worth losing a night or two of sleep over!! BRAVO!!!
Heather Diane Tipton5 Stars Out Of 5May 12, 2006Heather Diane TiptonWhat happens when you take the main characters from two separate series and throw them in a book together? A masterfully woven tale that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Brandilyn Collins has taken Chelsea Adams from an earlier series (Eyes of Elisha and its sequel Dread Champion.) and put her into the fourth book in the Hidden Faces series with Annie Kingston. Oh, yes and I would be remiss to not mention the spiders can you say, Give me the creeps? This book rocks, just like the rest of her books do.