Maledicus: The Investigative Paranormal Society Book I by Charles F. French


I realized that I have fallen off creating publicity for my book recently, and that is a mistake no author should make. So, I am going to try again and reintroduce my book now!



Please follow the following links to find my novel:


Print book

Thank you!

The book trailer:

Maledicus:Investigative Paranormal Society Book I

My radio interview:


Here are several reviews of my novel:

“Once I started reading Maledicus I couldn’t put it down! I just finished it and I. HAVE. NO. WORDS… You better be writing a sequel 😀 That was incredible! I actually felt like I was going back in time and travelling through the ages. It was great to see the contrasts of each main character especially since it shows that different backgrounds/opinions can work together to make a great (and lovable) team. The theme of stopping bullies was ever present and really helped develop a great story line. I also loved the romance that was woven throughout the novel and it shows that love is omnipotent and will always conquer evil. I really loved how you intertwined the past with present and dreams with reality. Even the priest was not spared by Maledicus! I truly cannot express how great of a read this was!”

“This book was recommended to me. Initially, I downloaded the digital sample to my IPad from Amazon. Other people I spoke to who had read it were impressed and one Sunday afternoon this past Fall I decided to check it out. The book is realistic, engrossing and fits well in the horror genre. Before I knew it, I got to the end of the sample and looked up to a totally dark apartment. OMG! The combination of the scariness of the book and my environment caused me to shiver. I was so freaked I had to turn on all the lights in my place.
I have since bought the paperback and reread the whole thing. It’s great escapism and I recommend it if you’re looking for a good scare.”

Maledicus is sure to be a literary horror classic. I was amazed to find that this story was not at all what I thought it would be. In this telling of good vs. evil, of bravery and self-sacrifice, we see a portrayal of the most constant of human struggles that death often defies through sheer force of will and therein lies the deeper meaning that brought this novel to life by the author, Charles F. French. Concurrently with the demonic theme is a well-thought out philosophical approach to horror, wrapped in an evocative story that will capture your fear and terrify you. This story is abundant with tantalizing details, unforgettable characters, and words that will not only touch your heart and mind, but also take your breath away. It is a completely riveting story with suspense, mystery, horror, bravery, and a great love that transcends time. You will not be able to forget this one. It will haunt you. And, when you read it, you will know why.



11 thoughts on “Maledicus: The Investigative Paranormal Society Book I by Charles F. French

  1. Maledicus, a fantastic story that I read almost a year ago and still, today, I remember all the characters (unforgettable because you care so much about them). The villain is the scariest thing and extremely well done. I haven’t forgotten him either. I am so happy to find out that there will soon be a sequel to the Investigative Paranormal Society! 🙂


  2. Hi! I have a little question… how did you manage to create the print book? did you do it yourself or did you get someone to do it for you? (I mean the folder in the right format for printing) I have my book on kindle but I do zero promo on it and a lot of people have asked me if they could have a hard copy… and I dont know how to do it. Amazon dont offer that service for books in Spanish! Thanks in advance!


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