Books by Fred G. Leebron

IN THE MIDDLE OF ALL THIS by Fred G. Leebron
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 2002

"Tight dialogue and suspenseful accretion can't disguise a certain lackadaisical quality."
Another polished, obliquely emotional rendering from literary darling Leebron (Six Figures, 2000), this about a tight, long-distance sister-brother relationship ruptured by illness and regret. Read full book review >
SIX FIGURES by Fred G. Leebron
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 23, 2000

"Unfortunately, nothing here prepares the reader to imagine Warner with a hammer aimed at his wife's head, and without that possibility, the narrative, otherwise carefully attuned to the snarls and realities of family life, cannot succeed."
A nightmare unfolds in Leebron's (Out West, 1996) ill-founded second novel, as a crack North Carolina fund-raiser feels the heat when his wife is hit in the head with a hammer and everyone believes he did it. Read full book review >
OUT WEST by Fred G. Leebron
Released: Nov. 1, 1996

"Despite snippets of solid writing, a debut novel that doesn't live up to its tough-guy posturings."
There's something a bit contrived about this first novel—it aspires to a gritty and raw naturalism but bears too many marks of writing-school cleverness. Read full book review >