Welcome to Fred

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Center Point Pub., Jan 4, 2005 - Fiction - 287 pages
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Mark Could has his doubts. He’s just discovering the exuberance of the sixties when he’s uprooted and transplanted in a tiny east Texas town. The only thing he knows for sure is that he’ll never feel at home in Fred, Texas. He’s not sure he can muster up the nerve to declare his feelings for the girl of his dreams; he’s not sure that he’ll survive another ride with the Darnell Green, theTerror of the Back Roads. Worst still, he’s not sure he buys into this God thing – which is especially uncomfortable for the son of a Baptist preacher. With a style similar but edgier than that of Jan Karon and Phillip Gulley, Brad Whittington is a novelist to watch of the CBA market. – Publishers Weekly

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User Review  - Sugarpeach - LibraryThing

Welcome to Fred is the funniest book I've read in a long time. The comical adventures Mark always lands himself in led me to laugh out loud several times (do you know how difficult it is not to grin ... Read full review

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User Review  - SilversReviews - LibraryThing

What a refreshing, inspirational book with many amusing situations that anyone will be able to relate to. Welcome to Fred, which is a town in Texas, allows the reader to follow Mark Cloud through the ... Read full review


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