Roosevelt Franklin, Book Lover

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I wanted to share this earlier post about the protagonist in my novel Maledicus: The Investigative Paranormal Society Book I

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This entry is the first of several posts I will write about some of the characters in my first novel. I hope you enjoy it.

The protagonist of my supernatural thriller Evil Lives After is a retired History professor, living in a small town in northeastern Pennsylvania. He is a deeply complex man, influenced by, among other things, his service in the Vietnam War and the profound and loving marriage with his now deceased wife.

Roosevelt has several deep enjoyments in life—eating, drinking good whisky, especially single malt Scotch, and smoking high level cigars, but his primary passion in life is books. A visitor to his home would notice, more than anything else, the enormous number of bookcases lining many of the walls in his house. Roosevelt’s home is an old Victorian home that he and his wife Sarah had purchased and renovated shortly after their marriage.

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