Author Louie Hoare Debuts with a Novel of Suspense

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“To Catch a Spider” is a relentlessly paced tale of violence, murder and revenge

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Author Louie Hoare, in her newly published thriller “To Catch a Spider”, strings together stunning plotlines and gripping characters to create a shockingly visceral debut novel of violence, murder and revenge.

In this suspense-driven fiction, discovery of child remains happen nearly every week. Investigators are at a loss to explain the recent child murders; all they have are bodies, with no leads or clues to help solve these terrible crimes. Only one man is close to getting solid evidence: the coroner. Working on all the dead bodies, he uncovers strong clues linking the children’s deaths to one of the most influential men in the district.

Meanwhile, another killer is on the loose, taking out pedophiles all across the country by burning them after severe torture. As the story progresses, readers will find various twists and turns up to a shocking finish.

Rich with breathtaking anticipation with the turn of each new page, “To Catch a Spider” will startle and mesmerize readers in equal turns.

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About the Author
Louie Hoare is a highly spirited optimistic person. In 2004, an unimaginable life-changing situation occurred and she was diagnosed with brain aneurysms. Due to explosion of her aneurysms, she was operated on and has had to undergo massive rehabilitation. She was like a new born baby and needed to learn how to read and write again. People thought that she would never survive but she did. After 6 full years of determination to stand on her feet, she now presents her first book. She’s now returning to her music career and performs in her free time.

To Catch a Spider * by Louie Hoare
Publication Date: June 27, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 94 pages; 978-1-4771-0956-4
Trade Hardback; $39.99; 94 pages; 978-1-4771-0957-1
Ebook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-0958-8

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