Book Review: On the Devil's Web by JAG Garciacategories: Books, Literature & Fiction, JAG Garcia
Author: JAG Garcia
Devilish Fantastic!This is a cleverly written storyline that begins with the discovery of a dead homeless man, whose memoirs account an incident where the homeless man, unwittingly became the attorney for Satan to collect the soul of a woman. He had the struggle of his life in which he endangered his own soul as he fought to weight his moral and religious values against his ethical obligations as an attorney.
The story evolves in the late 1930's in the Bronx, and it is delightfully developed from beginning to end. The author blends the right amount of romance, intrigue, mystery, and suspense and creates a superb story that will delight anyone with a soul.
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