Web of Deceit
Web Of Deceit
Web of Deceit
Anthony Toro
Web of Deceit is predicated upon the notion that no matter how safe, close-knit a family may be, anyone is a potential target for cyber-stalking. The story focuses on a loving, supportive, middleclass family that have recently moved to a new city for the father's professional opportunities as a computer consultant. The story centers on the fifteen year-old daughter Annette, who, struggling to adjust to a new city, unknowingly invites an on-line predator into her family's life. The stalking intensifies quickly from Internet communication to psychological and physical warfare. As the threats escalate, Annette struggles with the dilemma of confiding in her parents and friends, all of who have previously warned her of the potential harm that may arise from surfing the Internet. The stalker's intentions grow more threatening, and clues of his life unfold forcing Annette to face her worst fears and ultimately decide her own fate.

Book Details


  • Fiction
  • Juvenile Fiction

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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Anthony Toro certainly meant well when he wrote Web of Deceit. As one of many parents concerned about dangers on the internet, he created a thriller familiar to any American who has read a newspaper: a few bad choices on the internet lead to a young girl being stalked.

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