Hook Line And Internetted

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Based on true events. Angela's friend Maggie discovers her husband Phil has been cheating on her. She is so distraught after confronting him that she has a fatal car accident. Phil does not know that Maggie confided in Angela before the accident and Angela does not let on she knows. Instead with the help of her own husband, Angela decides to take revenge on Phil by using an internet dating agency. More
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Words: 52,260
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476091693
About Stephanie M Turner

I was born in Oxford on February 11th the youngest of three girls. I don't believe the year is important because many people have pre-conceived ideas about age but to me age is just a number. The important thing is how you feel and I always feel like I am still in my late teens and sometimes my early twenties.

I began writing when I was very little and my parents nurtured my love of books and my imagination from an early age. To begin with, my stories were mostly composed of large incorrectly spelled words lopsidedly scrawled on paper about princesses and their princes alongside crayon pictures. But as well as writing I simply loved to read, especially stories about action, adventure and mystery. So as I grew my stories changed and I would fill page after page in exercise books of a girl having adventure after adventure. A lot of my ideas came from the summer holidays we spent in Weymouth and the very creative and sometimes dramatic stories my sisters and I would put our toys through when we played.

As I entered my teens I discovered books about romance and at the same time my dad discovered North Devon. Our holidays to this wonderful part of our country inspired me and so again my writing changed. I don't know what happened to all of these literary creations, like many other people we lose things as we get older and at the time they really didn't seem that important. But what is important to me is that they were the beginning and the root of my writing. I learnt a lot from them and though they no longer exist physically they are in my memories.

These days I live in a lovely seaside village in Devon with my husband and most of my writing is for young adults. My work with children of all ages and my own children and their friends have all inspired me. My husband and I have always encouraged our children to talk to us about anything especially when they were teenagers. Many of their friends would and still do come and chat too asking for advice or just sharing their views. Through this I have gained a wonderful insight into how young people act and interact and this continuously gives me ideas for new stories.

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Review by: Darren Taylor on April 23, 2012 :
Very enjoyable to read, bits made me laugh and bits made me cringe. The story line kept me gripped till then end.
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Review by: didienjoyit on April 19, 2012 :
enjoyable read.. kept me literally hooked from beginning to end,the story is based on true events as written on copyright page but was combined excellently with the input of fiction.. very well put together. was great to read in between my work shifts!
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Review by: Steve Goodkat, Sr on April 17, 2012 :
Probably the most unusual book I have ever read. A very clever combination of reality and fiction, well written and entertaining from beginning to end. The back story fitted well with the emails and the revenge though not dramatic was entirely fitting.
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Review by: C.J. Schmidt on April 16, 2012 :
I'm sorry, I hate writing this kind of review, but anyway...
This book was slow, repetitive, inane, and the story took forever to end. I felt it could have been completed about 50 pages before it was. This so-called revenge story fell pretty flat. It's listed as fiction, but after the story ends the author tells us otherwise.
Hopefully her next book will be a lot better.
Thank you for the free book
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