Vernon author plans book signing in Warwick


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WARWICK, N.Y. — Local author, Mark L. Johnson, will conduct a book signing of his first novel "Demons Dwell: The Tower" at Sylvio's Italian in Warwick, N.Y., on Friday, June 6.

Johnson will be available to sign books in the evening from 7-10 p.m.

"Demons Dwell: The Tower" is the first novel in the proposed Demons Dwell series that follows the exploits of two paranormal investigators from the U.K., Charlotte "Charley" Elliot-Bell, and her assistant Viola Padgett, as they become embroiled in a dark mystery involving demonic entities and Satanic cults. Set amidst the idyllic backdrop of Italy's Amalfitana Coast, Charley and Viola uncover an evil plot to destroy the lives of an innocent young couple, and unleash hellish forces on an unsuspecting coastal village.

"Demons Dwell: The Tower" was written with Johnson's co-author, Irene Allen-Block, who is the author of two other books, "The Psychic Spy" and "Among The Spirits", both published by Glannant Ty.

Sylvio's Italian Villa Restaurant is located at 274 Route 94 South, Warwick, N.Y.

Johnson is a renowned local paranormal researcher and Co-Director of the Supernatural Analysis & Research Institute, and has investigated dozens of local homes and businesses, including the Italian Villa Restaurant. Johnson also the host of the weekly Internet radio show Unknown Origins Radio.


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