A Tangled Web is a work of crime fiction that will play with your mind long after you have finished reading it.
A Tangled Web by John McArdle
When Tony Needham, one of the North Yorkshire Building Society’s youngest and most dynamic managers, decides to test his employer’s security systems he starts an unlikely chain of events that he thinks he can control. Or can he? Was a simple bank error the event that set a dark seed in his mind of exploitation? Was it the gullibility of honest people or the laziness of an incompetent lawyer? As the story progresses easily and engagingly from handsome, loving family man to false identity and suspense, A Tangled Web will quietly take you captive. Initially, it might have you rooting for the main protagonist, then maybe you will change your mind as multi-levelled deceit highjacks innocent people, but ultimately A Tangled Web saves the best until last when it delivers a thriller bombshell ending. Do you become a thief with a single thought or act, or do you slide gently into dishonesty without noticing your feet losing grip on a law-abiding pathway? If only we could recognise when we have reached a fork in the road of life; if only we could know the consequences… A Tangled Web is a work of crime fiction that will play with your mind long after you have finished reading it.