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A Girl Missing for the Whole World to See Detective Hannah Shor gets a case in the worst way possible – a friend calls her for help. Her twelve year old daughter has been kidnapped, and Hannah joins forces with the FBI to bring her home safely. A ransom note gone viral When the kidnappers post an image of their captive on Instagram, the situation spins out of control. Now, th A Girl Missing for the Whole World to See Detective Hannah Shor gets a case in the worst way possible – a friend calls her for help. Her twelve year old daughter has been kidnapped, and Hannah joins forces with the FBI to bring her home safely. A ransom note gone viral When the kidnappers post an image of their captive on Instagram, the situation spins out of control. Now, the whole world is watching. Rumors spread like wildfire, and online vigilantes add fuel to the raging flames. As Hannah digs deeper, she unravels dark secrets from the family’s past. With the realization that the kidnapping is about more than just a ransom, Hannah needs to close in on the truth, before Abigail’s time runs out.


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A Girl Missing for the Whole World to See Detective Hannah Shor gets a case in the worst way possible – a friend calls her for help. Her twelve year old daughter has been kidnapped, and Hannah joins forces with the FBI to bring her home safely. A ransom note gone viral When the kidnappers post an image of their captive on Instagram, the situation spins out of control. Now, th A Girl Missing for the Whole World to See Detective Hannah Shor gets a case in the worst way possible – a friend calls her for help. Her twelve year old daughter has been kidnapped, and Hannah joins forces with the FBI to bring her home safely. A ransom note gone viral When the kidnappers post an image of their captive on Instagram, the situation spins out of control. Now, the whole world is watching. Rumors spread like wildfire, and online vigilantes add fuel to the raging flames. As Hannah digs deeper, she unravels dark secrets from the family’s past. With the realization that the kidnapping is about more than just a ransom, Hannah needs to close in on the truth, before Abigail’s time runs out.

30 review for Web of Fear

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alex ♈

    Very interesting suspense. A kidnapping of a 12 yo girl, fortunately with a happy ending! Despite I knew who the villain was the 1st time this person was 'introduced', it was still an enjoyable read. Well-written series. KU. Will definitely read new books by this author.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Michelle (Michelle's Book Ends) Shealy

    "Hannah's mouth tasted bitter, and she felt as if her entire body was covered in a layer of slime. Some days, no matter how much she showered, she couldn't feel clean. She sat in Clint's Chevy as he drove her back to her car. The lighthearted atmosphere that had surrounded them as they left Red's Pizza was gone. It was evening, and they had visited and interrogated two rapists, a child molester, and a pedophile who was once caught with over seven hundred underage porn clips on his laptop. Hannah "Hannah's mouth tasted bitter, and she felt as if her entire body was covered in a layer of slime. Some days, no matter how much she showered, she couldn't feel clean. She sat in Clint's Chevy as he drove her back to her car. The lighthearted atmosphere that had surrounded them as they left Red's Pizza was gone. It was evening, and they had visited and interrogated two rapists, a child molester, and a pedophile who was once caught with over seven hundred underage porn clips on his laptop. Hannah hadn't managed to stay calm and distant for long. These twisted examples of humanity at its worst got under her skin, into her bloodstream, piercing her heart.".... It's St. Patrick's Day and Detective Hannah Shor is out on a date when she gets a frantic phone call from a friend. The friends daughter,Abigail, is missing, and it appears her best friend, Gracie, is also missing. Two young girls just hanging out in the local park, with the promise of meeting a new boy, and now they're gone. Can Hannah and her partner, Bernard Gladwin, find these girls alive or dead? Was it random? A pedophile? Or is it someone with a grudge against one of the families? With the help of the others in the department the search is on. Street patrol officer, Tanessa Lonnie, is also back, along with her brother, Mitchell, and several others from the previous two books. The FBI becomes involved when its declared a kidnapping. That involvement won't necessarily go smoothly for everyone, some relationship issues will come to light as well. I like the way the characters are humanized. They become more than just words on a page. They become real people, ones that you can relate to their feelings and emotions. The story isn't all dark. The author has a sense of humor that is allowed to sneak in here and there. Be sure to read the section of Martha driving down the road, thinking about her next book club. It's not often you will laugh out loud during a thriller, but this is one of those gifted authors who knows just how to reel you in. Clever story lines. Missing girls in Glenmore Park made for a gripping tale. Just as it was steady paced reading, it took off to some exciting changes. Things I didn't see coming and some great scenes. Great ending. Not everyone will survive this ordeal, but you'll need to read it to find out! This police procedural series is one of the better ones I've had the pleasure of reading. I enjoy these characters and story lines. Thank you Mike Omer

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    This plot was riveting. There were occasional actions by the characters (police officers) that I thought were unlikely and unrealistic; there were a couple of very under-developed subplots that should have just been left out if they weren't going to be explored. This was probably a half-hearted attempt to include some "romance", but that didn't work. Lastly, the author needs to hire a good editor. I find blatant verb-tense and usage errors very distracting and irritating. This author needs an ed This plot was riveting. There were occasional actions by the characters (police officers) that I thought were unlikely and unrealistic; there were a couple of very under-developed subplots that should have just been left out if they weren't going to be explored. This was probably a half-hearted attempt to include some "romance", but that didn't work. Lastly, the author needs to hire a good editor. I find blatant verb-tense and usage errors very distracting and irritating. This author needs an editor who knows how to use the verbs "lie" and "lay" correctly -- among other things. With those faults noted, the book still rates 4 stars for the level of interest the plot generated in me.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    Another enjoyable read in the Glenmore Park series. In this installment, Hannah is on a bad blind date when she receives a call from a family friend. Hannah learns the woman's 12 year old daughter is missing. Glenmore Park and the FBI are on the case, as they race against time to save a little girl. The 12-year old in this book meets a "boy" online and leaves her house to meet him one night. This "boy" is actually a kidnapper with sinister motives. As a parent of a 10 year old, this scares me bec Another enjoyable read in the Glenmore Park series. In this installment, Hannah is on a bad blind date when she receives a call from a family friend. Hannah learns the woman's 12 year old daughter is missing. Glenmore Park and the FBI are on the case, as they race against time to save a little girl. The 12-year old in this book meets a "boy" online and leaves her house to meet him one night. This "boy" is actually a kidnapper with sinister motives. As a parent of a 10 year old, this scares me because I know this happens in real life. I thought it was very creative how the kidnapper posted messages via the girls own Instagram feed requesting ransom money. One of the kidnappers was rather obvious (only because no other characters were provided as possible suspects) and Omer could have left out the romance with the detectives, but this was an enjoyable mystery. Grade: 3/5

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jane Withers

    This is one of those solid easy reads ... well actually I had the audio book and I really liked the narrators voice . It was pretty predictable but I liked it nevertheless . Nothing earth shattering but worth a holiday read for sure .

  6. 5 out of 5

    Karen Bailey

    Good psychological thriller I liked the storyline but don’t like the storyline of having the detectives all be attracted to each other. It seemed forced and unnecessary to the rest of the story

  7. 5 out of 5

    sweetpeagjyahoo.com

    Intense book This book really makes me want to wrap my children up in a bubble. I know that's not realistic though. The fact that this happened because of the adults decisions around her are mind blowing. Every action, reaction, life choices all end up coming to light. Honestly, I don't understand why anyone would keep secrets. This was revenge and hatred. I've been scarred for life by the things that others around me, as a child and as an adult, kept hidden or just the act of not caring. I unde Intense book This book really makes me want to wrap my children up in a bubble. I know that's not realistic though. The fact that this happened because of the adults decisions around her are mind blowing. Every action, reaction, life choices all end up coming to light. Honestly, I don't understand why anyone would keep secrets. This was revenge and hatred. I've been scarred for life by the things that others around me, as a child and as an adult, kept hidden or just the act of not caring. I understand that Mike Omer writes about the " real life " issues and he's amazing at exposing the nerve that hurts. I definitely recommend this book and this series. It's also social media based. I absolutely agree with the people that said 12 year olds shouldn't have an Instagram account and I don't that they should have a big footprint in the social media world. My biggest concern is that, we as parents, aren't watching them on the internet and completely monitoring what they are exposed to or what they are exposing about themselves. Yes you can find everything out instantly now yet I prefer the old fashion way. You watch the news, read a newspaper, talking on the phone, and meet your neighbor. With social media more and more people couldn't tell you the name of their neighbors yet instantly say Kardashian and we all know them. Why? I didn't let my kids sit around and watch t.v., play video games but took them outside and enjoyed what was around us. They had a chance to do, explore and live their childhood not just sit around.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tj

    Hannah is working on a major kidnapping case and has sex with the FBI agent assigned to the case. A part of her knows she has jeopardized the case and her career. Hannah is not happy with her actions but goes on to notice a fellow detective. She is turned on by his smell and standing close to him. I hate what Omer has done to his female detective. She is depicted as someone who is ruled by hormones. None of the other detectives or agents are written in this manner. Why bring sex into the book? H Hannah is working on a major kidnapping case and has sex with the FBI agent assigned to the case. A part of her knows she has jeopardized the case and her career. Hannah is not happy with her actions but goes on to notice a fellow detective. She is turned on by his smell and standing close to him. I hate what Omer has done to his female detective. She is depicted as someone who is ruled by hormones. None of the other detectives or agents are written in this manner. Why bring sex into the book? Hannah is smart, good at her job, willing to go the extra mile, and brave. Why not focus on those things? She figures out the identity of the kidnapper, and her actions bring the case to its conclusion. These things should have been the factors driving her character.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mary Catherine Strickland

    Great read! If you like exciting, fast paced mysteries then you will love this, just as I did! I found Mike Omer on Amazon’s Best reads for July and read “A Killer’s Mind”. I was hooked! I ordered the Web series and have just finished the third in the series. This “Web of Fear” is my favorite of the 3 but they are all exciting. His newest, In the Darkness” comes out on the 16th and I have ordered it. He writes involving stories filled with terrific characters and they are fast paced! Try it, you Great read! If you like exciting, fast paced mysteries then you will love this, just as I did! I found Mike Omer on Amazon’s Best reads for July and read “A Killer’s Mind”. I was hooked! I ordered the Web series and have just finished the third in the series. This “Web of Fear” is my favorite of the 3 but they are all exciting. His newest, In the Darkness” comes out on the 16th and I have ordered it. He writes involving stories filled with terrific characters and they are fast paced! Try it, you will love it and this author. Hope he is working on more new books!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Glen Pridgen

    I just finished the Glenmore Park Mystery series and the books were awesome. I love how the author writes from the perspective of the story and not one single character. I love getting inside the minds of all of the characters and seeing things from their perspective. This story is great because the ending is not predictable and yet fits the book without any cheap surprises. I read the Zoe Bentley book and that brought me here. Keep writing Mike!!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jaci

    The "whole world is watching" and "online vigilantes". This portion of the book enlightened me to how involved internet viewers can become. I know the internet is powerful, but I never considered using it like this. As shown in this book, there are pros and cons. Regarding the characters and story, they/it were entertaining, but not captivating. I couldn't identify with anyone and actually became annoyed at the main character's promiscuity. In addition, the ending seemed rushed and unbelievable. The "whole world is watching" and "online vigilantes". This portion of the book enlightened me to how involved internet viewers can become. I know the internet is powerful, but I never considered using it like this. As shown in this book, there are pros and cons. Regarding the characters and story, they/it were entertaining, but not captivating. I couldn't identify with anyone and actually became annoyed at the main character's promiscuity. In addition, the ending seemed rushed and unbelievable. Overall, though, it was an enjoyable book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    mary dowdell

    Good story I really enjoyed reading this book, it kept my interest and I was anxious to start reading it again every time I put it down. I would recommend this book and any other books written by Mike Omer to anyone who enjoys reading a story that holds your attention. My congratulations to mr. Omer

  13. 5 out of 5

    lois lewis

    This was a very good book. It was exciting, sad, and a little funny. It kept me reading until late at night, not wanting to stop. The only part I didn't like was the ending. It was such a far-fetched stunt that it was not believable. I would recommend it .

  14. 5 out of 5

    Edith English

    Different For some reason I couldn’t get interested in this book. I’m sorry to say that it seemed to be written by a newcomer to writing books. Maybe I’m being unfair because recently I’ve read some outstanding books and anything less than that makes me lose interest.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    A book that one can't put down. Lots of suspense as detective Hannah and her team attempt to find Abigail, the 12-year old kidnapped girl Many loose ends and seemingly endless suspects make this book a must read for lovers of thrilling suspense.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia L. Morgan

    Mystery with a twist I've read and enjoyed all three books in this series, but this one takes the cake. Not only a good "whodunit", but one twist had me ROFLMAO. Not too many books you can say that about!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Gonzales

    Fabulous Page Turner One of the best thrillers I've ever read. 428 pages of heart stopping excitement. The characters in Mike Omer's novels are excellent and keep you on edge from beginning to end. I've read six of his books and I'm looking forward to the next one.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis Sweeney

    Best books! Just discovered Mr. More and read all of his books. Totally excellent. Great characters you care about, great story lines. Well written and worth your time. Cannot wait for his next book!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Linda Cirillo

    From beginning to end, my Kindle was hardly ever out of my hands. A fast-paced thriller that keeps you guessing and worrying and will have you up at night instead of sleeping. I have read several books by this author, and he's always excellent. Not high literature, but a fun read.

  20. 4 out of 5

    maria lowe

    Love this series Excellent character development. I have to say I am really hoping for Hannah's sake she meets a nice guy that matches her tenacity and drive (maybe Mitchell). Here's hoping!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Debi

    Another Winner O chose a five star rating since I couldn't put it down. Very little else got done here until I finished it. The best of the series of three. Can't wait for the next one.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chloe Cuthbert

    Excellent! I love the way Mike Omer writes stories. This series is based in a police department, but rather than concentrate on one or two detectives, he let's you get to know all of them. Cases connect, locals show up in each book, and the cases are intense. Highly recommended.

  23. 4 out of 5

    jerrie

    Nice! Mr. Omar, I really enjoy reading your books. Out of the past three books, this was enjoyable but my least favorite. Maybe the characters flaws were too vivid and their good qualities need expansion. I would definitely suggest reading this book. You will not be disappointed.

  24. 4 out of 5

    autumn knapp

    Greatness. Wish our local library had these books. So I could share with friends. Amazon is amazing, but I want the collection in print... Was good. Missed Zoe character, looking forward to new Zoe book soon. Hannah is developing into a very enjoyable character though

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jacqueline

    Way to go! I choose this book because it was the next in the series. I wasn't disappointed about it and would recommend them to anyone who loves a good crime / romantic story. Looking forward to more.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Geoff Jenkins

    Good thriller Much better than the last Glenmore Park. If only because it’s only one story. I will say that there’s something uniquely rewarding reading about characters that you are already familiar with. Having said that, the book stands up on its own.

  27. 4 out of 5

    steve holden

    I've become a huge fan of Omer series. His characters are diverse, interesting and always human. I think everyone is getting very tired of super heroes and the Glenmore Park crew are quite believable. Don't like to spoil the read so just let me give you my highest recommendation for Mike Omer!

  28. 5 out of 5

    William M. Bulling

    Great Book! Great Series! Another great book in the series. I really enjoy how Mr Omer threads old characters through each book. He expands some and professionalintroduces new ones.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Stuart

    Good read boring ending I like these books but the ending was a little contrived and kind left a bad taste in my mouth for the rest of the series. It was like the author needed a quick wrap up . 🤷‍♂️

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brenda C

    Web of Fear Absolutely fantastic book the characters are fabulous and the story is gripping. The little jokes that are dotted through the book lighten the mood of the story. I highly recommend this Author. 😊

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