The Mohegan Demon
By: Cleve Lewis
About the Book
Alexis Goldstein and a few other kids from Yale University are in for a rude awakening when they find themselves studying a Native American Demon. Legend has it the demon is a man who was once a warrior and fought against the British, allying with the French in the 1700s, and ended up selling his soul to The Devil at his last breath for a very sacred reason.
While studying this Demon, Alexis and her friends find out a lot about him and a lot of dark secrets about themselves surface. When they finally get to the woods where the Demon supposedly resides, all Hell breaks loose.
About the Author
Cleve W. Lewis is an author out of Bridgeport, Connecticut, who was in and out of prison since he was just a youth. If you know about Bridgeport, you know it’s a dangerous city in which to grow up. Once controlled by members of the Gambino crime family and street gangs, such as the blood, the Crips, and the Latin Kings, this city is nothing like other wealthy suburban cities in Connecticut. Bridgeport is filled with blood, sweat, and tears from broken families of poverty.
Lewis is one kid that was fortunate to make it out, learning so much from different races and nationalities while in prison, and is blessed from the Lord above to give readers this beautiful masterpiece, the tale of The Mohegan Demon.
(2019, Paperback, 174 pages)