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Florida Fiction

Sisters by the sea: four short romances set in the Sarasota, Florida Amish community / Jean Brunsetter, Richelle Brunsetter and Lorine Brunstetter Van Corbach.
Publication: Uhrichsville, OH: Barbour Publishing Inc., 2023.
Subject: Amish -- Fiction.
Subject: Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Subject: Sarasota (Fla.) -- Fiction.
Subject: Florida -- Fiction.
Call No.: F BRU

Memory and desire: a novel / Philip Caputo.
Publication: New York, NY: Arcade Publishing, 2023.
Subject: Newspaper editors -- Fiction.
Subject: Marriage -- Fiction.
Subject: Money laundering -- Fiction.
Subject: Political corruption -- Fiction.
Subject: Adopted children -- Fiction.
Subject: Tragedy -- Fiction.
Subject: Key West (Fla.) -- Fiction.
Call No.: F CAP

The reformatory: a novel / Tananarive Due.
Publication: New York, NY: Saga Press, 2023.
Subject: Florida School for Boys -- Fiction.
Subject: African Americans -- Fiction.
Subject: Reformatories -- Florida -- Fiction.
Call No.: F DUE

The château / Paul Goldberg.
Publication: New York, NY: Picador, 2019.
Subject: Organized crime -- Fiction.
Subject: Fathers and sons -- Fiction.
Subject: Criminals -- Fiction.
Subject: Condominiums -- Fiction.
Subject: Florida -- Fiction.
Call No.: F GOL

Sea castle: a thriller / Andrew Mayne.
Publication: Seattle, WA: Thomas & Mercer, 2023.
Subject: Police divers -- Florida -- Fiction.
Subject: Policewomen -- Florida -- Fiction.
Subject: Serial murderers -- Fiction.
Subject: Cold cases (Criminal investigation) -- Fiction.
Subject: Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
Subject: Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) -- Fiction.
Call No.: F MAY

Fireworks every night: a novel / Beth Raymer.
Publication: New York, NY: Random House, 2023.
Subject: Dysfunctional families -- Fiction.
Subject: Self-actualization (Psychology) in women -- Fiction.
Subject: Poverty -- Fiction.
Subject: Generational trauma -- Fiction.
Subject: Girls -- Fiction.
Subject: Swindlers and swindling -- Fiction.
Subject: Florida -- Fiction.
Call No.: F RAY

Hemingway's girl / Erika Robuck.
Publication: New York, NY: New American Library, 2012.
Subject: Hemingway, Ernest, 1899-1961 -- Fiction.
Subject: United States. Florida Works Progress Administration -- Fiction.
Subject: Women household employees -- Fiction.
Subject: Labor Day Hurricane, 1935 -- Fiction.
Subject: World War, 1914-1918 -- Veterans -- Fiction.
Subject: Key West (Fla.) -- Fiction.
Call No.: F ROB

Silver alert: a novel / Lee Smith.
Publication: Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2023.
Subject: Older men -- Fiction.
Subject: Caregivers -- Fiction.
Subject: Cancer -- Patients -- Fiction.
Subject: Intergenerational relations -- Fiction.
Subject: Automobile travel -- Fiction.
Subject: Florida -- Fiction.
Call No.: F SMI

Brutes: a novel / Dizz Tate.
Publication: New York, NY: Catapult, 2023.
Subject: Teenage girls -- Fiction.
Subject: Missing persons -- Fiction.
Subject: Secrecy -- Fiction.
Subject: Fame -- Fiction.
Subject: Florida -- Fiction.
Call No.: F TAT

With love, from Cold World / Alicia Thompson.
Publication: New York, NY: Berkley Romance, 2023.
Subject: Bookkeepers -- Fiction.
Subject: Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Subject: Amusement parks -- Fiction.
Subject: Christmas stories.
Subject: Orlando (Fla.) -- Fiction.
Call No.: F THO 2023

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