|Series lifespan||"Under the Dome (Novel)"-"Ashes"|
|Occupation||Special Deputy (after the Dome comes down)|
|Cause of Death||Shot by Sammy Bushey|
Franklin "Frankie" DeLesseps was a resident of Chester's Mill. He was friends with Junior Rennie, Melvin Searles, and Carter Thibodeau, and was the boyfriend of Angie McCain. The night before the Dome came down he and his friends beat up Dale Barbara in the parking lot of the Dipper's Roadhouse.
Under the DomeEdit
He was recruited as Special Deputy and served during the food riots. He also eventually raped Sammy Bushey together with Carter and Melvin, while Georgia idly watched.
When visiting Georgia Roux, Frank fell asleep and woke up when Sammy Bushey pointed a gun at him in the hospital room of Georgia. It was described that she shot "the left side of his head" off his skull and then shot him in the chest, following by a post-mortem shot in the crotch. After shooting Frank, Sammy shot Georgia and then committed suicide.
In Thurston Marshall's opinion, Frank "served" as a second boyfriend for Georgia, since Carter Thibodeau didn't show up when she was in hospital. She was also a close friend of Frank and was present during when Frank and his thug friends raped Sammy Bushey.
Not much details are given between the two and they're barely seen communicating with each other, although it's likely they were friends and had a little squad together with Junior, Melvin and Georgia.
His best friend; they mistreated Thurston Marshall and Carolyn Sturges in the novel.
Not much details are given between the two and they're barely seen communicating with each other, although it's likely they were friends and had a little squad together with Junior, Carter and Georgia.
- Frank never found out that Junior, who was probably his best friend, killed his ex-girlfriend. He seemed enraged when Barbie was arrested for the murder. This might be a reference to the TV series, but with different characters, Phil Bushey and Dodee Weaver, when Phil never finds out Dodee was killed by Big Jim Rennie.