January 31, 2011

Review for Harry Mann in the Tangled Web

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Title: Harry Mann in the Tangled Web

Author: Bo Drury

Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press

Copyright: 2010

ISBN: 978-1-60313-914-4

Format: Paperback

Genre: Mystery


Harry needed clients more than he would admit. Jeb Stockton and his nephew Scott were in desperate need of help. It was a match made in mystery heaven. Scott’s visitor had disappeared the same night she showed up. That doesn’t make relationships easy. As told in the prologue, someone is in a very dark place. Fear and foreboding leads the reader deeper and deeper into the story.


Bo Drury has an excellent way with words. It starts like a simple kidnapping but nothing simple happens in Texas. Intrigue grows as you follow Harry around the ranch. There is more deception than meets the eye. Not even Harry’s faithful, yet underpaid, secretary is safe. It is a wet, wild, and cavernous tale that Bo weaves. I recommend this to anyone who likes a good mystery.


How does it end? Ah, that be the mystery of all mysteries. All I can tell you is that it ends on the last page.





  1. Very nice review, Ron, for an equally nice person and great writer. And you should see her art work. It’s gorgeous also. Congretulations Bo. Keep writing and Painting.

    luf-pee wee

    Comment by Pee Wee — January 31, 2011 @ 2:15 pm | Reply

  2. Nicely done Ron. Sounds like a very intriguing mystery read.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Comment by Billie A Williams — January 31, 2011 @ 2:24 pm | Reply

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