Frankie must overcome both violent and mental obstacles. Unfortunately, she won’t.

Frankie Funder

by Patrick E.Douglas

Her birth certificate lists her as Franklin Funderburk, but to the people of Lewistown, in this horror novel, she’s simply known as Frankie Funder. She’s unusually tall and has not a strand of hair on her head, yet without those features, she’d simply be another ordinary girl lost in the shuffle of a small town. Frankie is destined for great things, at least in her own mind. She will discover a long-lost tribe called the Adeasols and will find a hidden cache of stolen gold buried deep in a mountain. In reality, her legacy will be that of a murderous cannibal with a disturbing past. Frankie will make her mark on society, whether they like it or not.

ISBN 978-1-938985-13-3 • 6 x 9 paperback • 229 pgs • $15.95

CMPheadsofstateDouglasPatrick E. Douglas lives in Montana with his wife Jessica and their two sons Marky and Jack. Douglas, a journalist since 1994, has written for numerous magazines and newspapers across the country. A movie critic who has watched thousands of films, Douglas initially began writing novels as a way of getting the original stories in his brain onto paper. A non-fiction junkie, Douglas occasionally finds inspiration in fiction books from authors such as Chuck Palahniuk and Thomas Harris. He is also the author of several other books including Niobrara’s Thorn, Redeem, Game Seven and Frankie Funder.

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