Book two of the Crossroads Series.
When she is offered the opportunity to exhibit her artwork in a prestigious gallery in London, Natalie Sanders can't believe her luck. As she prepares for her trip, she in unaware that her movements are being followed by a mysterious man, intent on finding Natalie's connection to an ancient rosary with a mystical past. When events around her start to spin out of control, with lives in mortal danger, Natalie is thrown on an emotional roller coaster. It is only when she finally arrives in London, and she encounters Melody Bennet, a woman whose life seemingly parallels her own, that Natalie begins to understand a greater plan is unfolding. As danger escalates, Natalie and Melody must come together to fight unknown forces unraveling against them, and fulfill their tasks as keepers of the sacred prophecy.
“Another Page Turner in the Crossroads Series!"
“Eagerly awaited sequel of "Obeah" delivers deliciously so!!!”
Sandra Carrington-Smith is an Italian-born author who relocated to the United States in the late 80’s after marrying a US soldier who was serving overseas. Although writing was Sandra’s deepest passion since childhood, her dream of becoming a published author had to be placed on hold for several years. Moving to a new country provided several challenges, the biggest one being the language barrier she encountered when she first arrived. In order to become fully integrated, Sandra tapped into her love for reading, and over time her vocabulary grew extensively. She gave birth to three children and devoted most of her time to raising a family. Entering her late thirty’s, Sandra decided to revisit her old passion for writing and penned this remarkable novel of paranormal suspense—The Book of Obeah.
Dave Fennoy is one of the most sought after voice artists in the industry, with clients such as ABC, CBS, and Showtime. To over thirty million Hulu viewers he is known as The Hulu Guy, the omnipresent voice of HULU.COM. Gamers enjoy his work on STARCRAFT II, Laura Croft Tomb Raider, and he has won awards for his portrayal of Lee Everett in 2013’s Game of the Year: The Walking Dead. Dave has narrated programs for National Geographic, Discovery Channel and the Science Channel. His film voices include Ghost Rider, Happy Feet, and King’s Ransom. Dave has been the voice for Late Night with Gregg Kinnear, The Billboard Music Awards, and The NAACP Image Awards among others. Due to the demand for Dave’s voice in the commercial promo market, he has steered away from book length audiobook projects—until now. The Book of Obeah could be read by no one else.