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G. P. Geoghegan
Phillipsburg,, New Jersey

G.P. Geoghegan is a native of New Jersey. He was born in Paterson, NJ in 1935, was educated through of the School of Visual Arts, NYC. His focus centered on the creative arts, painting, photography and writing.

Shadow of the Cross, his first novel, was an outgrowth of an idea of what it might have been like to be courted by God for a task one might shun and never willingly seek. One man encountered that relationship. With bitter reluctance, he experienced a crucifixion, not as a spectator - but as an unwilling participant.

The Beast of Bangor, his second novel, is the story of one family conspiring to annihilate one of its own. In this horrendous setting a family must come to terms was a consuming evil, an immoral Justice System and a Mennonite family who believes their god justifies their sin and condones their depravity.

Noname, his third novel. It is the story about an invisible society of expendable people and one man’s desperate struggle to survive. He was called NONAME.

The Blood of Cain, his forth novel, is a different type of Christmas story about a young girl in search of her father who is held prisoner in a Bosnia Concentration camp. The Commadante is a merciless person who loves to torture his victims and children are no exception. The young girl walks innocently into the horror of…

The Immaculacata, his fifth novel, is an enlightening and exciting story about a middle-aged visionary as she comes to terms with the unexpected. She is introduced to the dark side of life and she nearly loses her life in the process. She was excited… She was bewildered… She wondered why she should be enlightened with heavenly visions… She would find her answer in the Immaculacata.

Conversation with a Demon, his sixth novel, is the disturbing raw story of a young boy, who, in his innocence, became enamored with another young boy of the same age.

They quickly became friends and slowly his friend began to take control of his life.

As an adult he became a Vietnam War hero and he eventually became an accomplished killer, committing the most horrendous acts of violence against humanity.

He thought he was lucky because he always escaped his enemies and the law until he decided to rob a bank single handedly and then everything went wrong…

Selected works by this author:
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Conversation with a Demon
This is the raw story of a young boy, who, in his innocence, became enamored with another young boy of the same age. read more
by G. P. Geoghegan ~ 0-7414-0768-x ©2001
Price: $20.95

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Crosses Across America: Premier Edition
Crosses Across America is a silent ‘pictorial tribute’ of Roadside Monuments dedicated to loved one’s lost; America’s unsung heroes. read more
by G. P. Geoghegan ~ 0-7414-1761-8 ©2004
Price: $17.95

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