Spyder Web: Praise

Spyder Web


“Grace fuses brawny action-hero derring-do with brainy computer hacking.”

Publishers Weekly

“Very entertaining…This thriller has a lot to offer—international intrigue, realistic characters, lots of technical wizardry.”

Library Journal

“Spirited…The finale, taking place in the depths of the murky Thames, offers an exciting close.”


“First-rate characters…Tom Grace is a storyteller along the lines of Tom Clancy, Ken Follett and Clive Cussler.”

Detroit Free Press

“A high-suspense international cyber-thriller…a fast-paced, information-age drama.”

Ann Arbor News

“Thrill-packed…It doesn’t matter whether you’re computer literate, because there are plenty of thrills from the human side of the story.”

Abilene Reporter-News

“A Tom Clancy-style tale about computers, industrial espionage, and a rugged, old-fashioned hero named Nolan Kilkenny.”

Traverse City Record Eagle

“Computer aficionados will find Spyder Web a fascinating novel, and lovers of suspense will have more than enough action and intrigue here to satisfy their deepest need.”

I Love a Mystery

“Intelligent, enigmatic and cleverly constructed.”

Closer (UK)

“Tom Grace has developed a new kind of thriller for the next millennium: one Ian Fleming would have envied for his James Bond in the new world of cutthroat competition in industrial espionage.”

—William Stevenson, author of A Man Called Intrepid

“Spyder Web is a rich tale that makes for a fun read. An absorbing, carefully plotted adventure beautifully executed by Tom Grace—sure to hit the bestseller lists.”

—Clive Cussler, bestselling author of the Dirk Pitt novels

“A nerve-rattling, fascinating good ride. Espionage will never be the same.”

—Allan Folsom, author of Day of Confession

“A winner…Spyder Web is one of those rare thriller that combines authentic detail, vivid characters, an intriguing premise, and a rocket-fast story line.”

—Joseph Finder, author of The Zero Hour and High Crimes