Web of Fear

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Web of Fear

By: Carla J. Coffey


About the Book

Having had enough fear and abuse from her husband, Miranda Kelly decides to escape with her only daughter, Maggie, to her Aunt Lydia and Uncle Verne’s home. It is in this decision that Miranda finds a true community and family. While there, Miranda meets Derrick, a kind man who wants to help her recover from the abuse she suffered at Brian’s hand.

Though heading in the right direction, Miranda finds herself constantly in fear of the day Brian comes to find them. When this fear becomes reality, will Miranda be able to stand up for her daughter, as well as herself, and the new life they have made?


About the Author

Carla J. Coffey is a widow with three grown children and a stepson. She has five grandchildren. She bowls on two separate bowling leagues, and is an avid crafter. She is also the owner of a craft shop, Crimora Crafts and More, and acts in theatrical plays with The Crimora Players.


(2021, paperback, 152 pages)


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  • 5
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    Posted by Nathaniel Clark on May 4th 2021

    Easy read. 140some pages. Great raw emotion and suspense from beginning to end with description qualities that made it easy to imagine actually being there. I enjoyed how the little details came back around to find their place again in the storyline. To me, the best stories are ones that are believable as true events, and the author definitely was able to win me over in that aspect.