Review: A WEB OF BLACK WIDOWS by Scott William Carter


A WEB OF BLACK WIDOWS by Scott William Carter

A collection of short stories by Scott William Carter, while it may be small in size A WEB OF BLACK WIDOWS is as powerful as a package of dynamite. The collection of six stories:

  • A Web of Black Widows
  • The Woman Coughed Up By the Sea
  • She’s Not All There
  • Black Lace And Salt Water
  • Front Row Seats
  • Static in a Still House

Of those stories, I think that “Front Row Seats”, and “A Web of Black Widows” are worth the price of the book alone.

Here’s a little taste of “A Web of Black Widows”.

They had stopped every few hours so he could add another black widow to Nancy’s body. Soon he had done five of them. Each time it went faster.Then she said she wanted them connected with a web, and that didn’t take long at all. But then something strange started happening. Each time he did a spider, it seemed to be in a different place the next time he looked at her body. Not just a little, but a lot.

Oh yes, that got my attention. Having said that, I believe that “Front Row Seats” is a must read. I know that I will think about that story the next time that I go to the movies.

I give it 4 stars out of 5.

I received this complimentary ebook from PS Publishing for review purposes.


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