The Investigative Paranormal Society, Book 1
“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.“-Edmund Burke
What would happen if three retired men became ghost investigators and found a demon threatening a child?
Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt Franklin attempts to make it through life day by day. Roosevelt is a widower, who lost his beloved wife to cancer and a retired history professor, and he has not stopped grieving. He and his two closest friends, also retired and who have also lost loved ones, form a paranormal investigation group. They hope to find an answer to the question: is there life after death?
When asked by a local teacher to investigate a possible haunting of her house, the group discovers an evil beyond anything they could have imagined. This is no mere ghost. Maledicus, who was in life a pimp, torturer, and murderer during Caligula’s reign in Rome, in death has become a sociopathic demon that attacks the weak and the innocent. Maledicus threatens a five-year-old child’s life and soul.
Terrified by what they have discovered, Roosevelt and his friends must choose to either walk away from this threat, or to do battle with this ancient creature at the potential loss of their sanities, their lives, and their souls.
The Investigative Paranormal Society, Book 2
What would happen if Sam Sadlowski, one of the members of The Investigative Paranormal Society, is forced to confront both a human evil in the form of a major criminal from Sadlowski’s past as a police officer and a ghost of a vengeful hangman/preacher?
Sam carries the guilt of his teenaged son’s suicide, and he feels the past stalking closely on the heels of the present.
If he is turn survive the two threats from the living and dead evil and to discover what happened to his son, he will need to face the past and the present, along with the help of his friends in the I. P. S.
Evil Lives After:
The Investigative Paranormal Society, Book 3
What happens when fascist evil from the middle of the 20th Century arises in the town of Bethberg, PA in our time?
The Investigative Paranormal Society confronts an enemy that is both human and supernatural, one that the world faced down in World War Two and is confronted by as a growing menace today, that of Fascism.
Jeremy leads the battle against the ghost of an American Nazi who lived during W.W.II and his grandson, who are both attempting to change the course of history and establish an American Reich.
Freedom rests on their actions.
The Investigative Paranormal Society Cookbook
Enjoy reading about and learning recipes from the characters who appear in Maledicus: The Investigative Paranormal Society, Book 1, Gallows Hill: The Investigative Paranormal Society, Book 2, and by Charles F. French.
Their recipes should enchant you, tempt your palate, and entice your culinary curiosity. Unlike the villains they battle, this food will not frighten you.
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