About the Book
Black Widow is a fictional novel about a young girl, Nancy, raised in a very violent neighbourhood. The violence against women, especially the killings of two women, disoriented her greatly. As she grew up, she began to develop concealed morbid fear and disdain for men and wished greatly that men would be made to pay for their wickedness against women. Though she maintained some sizzling relationships with men, the end of those relationships was acutely bitter. The fact that she was responsible for the destruction of the men in her life even made her experience much bitter. It became a twisted irony. She witnessed the revenge on some men as she fancied, but was sad she was helplessly the prime weapon and recipient of revenge. When she came at her waterloo, she reckoned her salvation will be found in marrying the first man she ever truly loved, Lancelot. In general, the detective novel is a thriller that revolves around family, relationships, love, and violence.
About the Author
Chibuike Godwin Ezenwa was born in Nigeria. He is a trained engineer and has a profound love for literary activities. He has written a number of short stories.