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Fuller's Curse (Volume 1) Paperback – April 23, 2013
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About the Author
Ann Fields began her writing career in 1996 with the publication of her first romance novel, "After Hours." Since then, Fields has published three additional romance novels, "Second Time Around," "Love Everlasting," and "Give and Take," which garnered a nomination for Best Multi-Cultural Romance by Romance Writers of America. "Fuller’s Curse" is her debut in the horror genre. Fields also has published in non-fiction, authoring the book "Stop Stalling and Write" as well as numerous articles, which have appeared in "Teen Graffiti," "Basic," and other magazines. Her short stories have been published in "A Legacy of African American Literature" and "Bouquet: A Delightful Collection of Mother's Day Romances." Visit Fields online at www.annfields.com.
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When Deborah, a member of the Fuller family, reunites with distant relatives to fill out a complete family tree, a dark secret is revealed. The secret is so startling that it’s hard to believe – until members of the family begin to die under mysterious circumstances. Deborah follows the leads, but is unwilling to believe in the facts she uncovers until the deaths strike closer and closer to her branch on the Fuller family tree. By then, it may be too late.
Well written and filled with memorable characters, Fuller’s Curse is a fantastic read. Author Ann Fields has spun a deep and thoughtful tale, and I definitely look forward to future books from this talented author.
Is it a curse or is it just another crazy relative talking...crazy? You know them...we all got 'em. Well, educated ex-research scientist Deborah is too well educated to believe in curses and she sets out to prove her no-so-smart relatives wrong when they
begin whispering about a curse.
You'll begin to rethink your own family.
This book won't allow you to put it down until you get to the last period. Can't wait for the sequel.
Dan Hurwitz, Dallas, TX
I give Fuller's Curse five stars.
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