• Billy Whistler: (The Bayou Hauntings Book 4) The saga continues, deep in the Louisiana bayous.  Something’s out there – something incredibly evil.  Paranormal investigator Landry Drake struggles to uncover a town’s dark secrets. One night in 1880 a band of drunken vigilantes went down the Vermilion River, burned a town and committed horrific acts against its citizens. Their identities remain a secret […] July 20, 2019
  • The Nursery: The Bayou Hauntings (Book 3) A house that sat empty for fifty years as its dead owner instructed.  A locked room with no key.  A single father with eight-year-old twin girls.  A dusty, dank nursery from long ago that no child ever played in. There are eerie things going on at The Arbors in St. Francisville, Louisiana.  Architect Bart Blanchard […] November 29, 2018
  • Forgotten Men: The Bayou Hauntings (Book 2) Louisiana Society for the Paranormal Calls the Asylum “Most Haunted Building in Louisiana” The once-famous Hotel Iberia was where society’s finest gathered in the days before 1859 when Victory, Louisiana became a ghost town.  A building where people had laughed, dined and passed the time among friends became something dark, sinister and evil. The town was […] June 25, 2018
  • Callie: The Bayou Hauntings (Book 1) Deep in the bayous of southern Louisiana, an ancient mansion called Beau Rivage sits empty and abandoned. Arceneaux family members built the house and lived there for two hundred years. The house is inherited by Callie Pilantro, a down-on-her-luck granddaughter of Juliet Arceneaux, its most recent owner who died there a few months ago. Strange […] November 24, 2017