The Strange Haunting of Johnny Feelwater by Martin Brant

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At odds with his sexuality in college, Johnny Feelwater finds
himself involved with the boy in the dorm room across the hall.
Then everything changes the day he meets Marilee. They fall
in love, wed, buy a home and he begins a career in commercial
art. Life is normal for nine years, when the day comes the
phantoms from the past are once again awakened.

The awakening is linked to his ancestral heritage, which
catches up with him in the form of Cassandra Mott. Once his
grandmother’s lover, Cassandra returns from the dead to
begin a new life in Savannah. Bent on revenge, she blames
Johnny for her lover’s premature death. Johnny is drawn into
her supernatural world of conniving and debauchery, and
soon finds himself reintroduced to his own misguided genes.
Among other devices, Cassandra uses her brother's exotic
beauty to systematically dismantle his life. When he seeks help
to free himself from Cassandra’s spell, he travels to Africa
where he meets up with a man who further complicates his
life, in a way only another man could.

Set in historic Savannah, Georgia, The Strange Haunting of
Johnny Feelwater, is an engaging tale of male emotions and
sexuality, set in a supernatural realm the likes of which may
very well secretly exist.

About Martin Brant

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Author of Five Married Men, The Partisans, A Song in the Park, Martin resides in Dallas and is an advocate of gay rights and human diversity.
Published August 20, 2008 by CreateSpace. 454 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Horror, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Non-fiction

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