The Secret Fraternity

The Secret Fraternity

by John Michael Denney

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Overview

A (first person) unemployed TV repairman in Chattanooga, Tennessee is recruited into a social club that turns out to be a secret society that is, in reality, a religious army with mysterious powers. Their members can only use their supernatural might during the 'Ides of March', and they have special squads that use deadly force to exact discipline on renegade members who rebel against them in this fictional short story.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780965469845
Publisher: Denney Literary Services
Publication date: 04/02/2015
Pages: 34
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.07(d)

About the Author

I, the author, had the experience of having my imagination come to life while serving in the U. S. Navy as a crew member on President John F. Kennedy's official flagship---a light cruiser, the USS Northampton (and yes, the president and his carefree wife, Jackie, actually came aboard several times for short pleasure excursions). I took a big-time interest in their ever-present Secret Service operatives who(m) always seemed to know everything about everybody!
After five years of military service, I joined the electronic industry work force. My deep interest in secret organizations led me to study them further, and I became a historian. I started keeping permanent logbooks on people who(m) I thought were interesting characters. The records I've made in them over a period of 30 years always included a portrait of the subject either sketched or painted by me. I frequently use these records to create characters in my novels and short stories, and I usually place them in the roles and scenarios in which we were both familiar. Those events sometimes involved my personal experiences with a brotherhood whose activities were termed 'hush-hush' by the leaders, and, believe-it-or-not, discipline was enforced by a militant branch. Their military muscle sometimes resulted in disciplinary action that had deadly consequences for renegade members.
And so now, I document my own personal past in the guise of fictional stories that I conjure up with my very active imagination.

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