Book Four in the twisted and mesmerizing story of Onyx Webb does not disappoint. Each of the many storylines becomes more interesting and surprising.
Strange things happen when one is no longer with the living.
Onyx Webb is put on trial for the murder of her husband. How is she supposed to appear in court when she is dead? Wouldn’t the ones there be able to tell that she is no longer with the living? But Onyx doesn’t want everyone to believe that she got away with killing her husband; she wants Claudia Spilantro punished for her own crimes.
Meet Dr. Lilith Pandor. What a name to be cursed with. Lilith is thought to have been the first wife of Adam who rebelled and abandoned him. Not wanting to return to God, Lilith becomes a night demon.
Her last name of Pandor makes one think of Pandora’s box. Because of the experiments this evil doctor does, I feel the name suits her perfectly.
When Declan goes to the orphanage to retrieve Bruce and Stan Lee, his two sons, he is lied to and told that Stan Lee became sick and is no longer alive. Of course, when Stan Lee sees Declan leaving with only Bruce, he is understandably confused.
Stan has a friend named Kara. Is she real, or is she a sort of escape mechanism for him? Lots of kids have imaginary friends. Does Stan? I thought I had it figured out, but something happens later on that left me unsure of what I thought I knew.
Those are only two of the storylines that are developed so much more in Onyx Webb: Book Four. A “shadow man” enters the lives of Robyn and her nephew Mason. Trying to prove Wayne Scrogger’s innocence in the murder of Juniper Cold, Koda is searching for Quinn Cole. What is going on with the ghost in the mirror?
I believe that the Onyx Webb series with its awesome mix of historical fiction, romance, horror, and mystery/detective stories will keep you on the edge of your seat just as it does me. I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. If you would like your own copy, I have provided an Amazon link below.
If you aren’t hopelessly entangled in this series yet, you need to start with Onyx Webb: Book One. Links to the reviews on the first three books in this series are below as are links to guest posts/interviews I have had with the authors of this series.
Onyx Webb: Book One: Episodes 1, 2, & 3 – a Review
Onyx Webb: Book Two: Episodes 4, 5, & 6 – a Review
Richard Fenton and Andrea Waltz Guest Post/Interview – Music, Historical Events, & Developing Characters
Onyx Webb: Book Three: Episodes 7, 8, & 9 – a Review
The Fun of Fiction: Using Famous People, Infamous Mobsters, and Real Places – Guest Post by Andrea Waltz and Richard Fenton
Richard Fenton and Andrea Webb Interview – Ghosts, Mirrors, and Imaginary Friends
Fat Sal had abandoned his weight loss plan months earlier when he discovered that no matter how much food he consumed, his weight never went much above 525 pounds.
Robyn’s parents had named their kids Christopher and Robyn—after the characters in Winnie the Pooh—an evil act if ever there was one.
Tesla had a photographic memory, spoke eight languages, and believed he could control the weather through the use of man-made lightning bolts.
It was clear to Boyd that Nathaniel Cryer was eager to get a deal done, hungry for the big pot of gold at the end of the best-seller rainbow.
About the Authors:
Richard and Andrea have been in love with creating stories together since they met almost twenty years ago and even spent some time in Hollywood writing screenplays, being represented by the producer of Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Their favorite genres are suspense, thriller, crime and anything of a paranormal nature which is how Onyx Webb turned into a mash-up of all their favorites!
Richard Fenton & Andrea Waltz are a married writing team. Most well known for their business fables, they’re professional speakers who teach audiences how to overcome fear of failure and rejection. The Onyx Webb Series is their first serious dive into fiction.