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The Pilgrim by Fred Baue

I’ve mentioned before that Rev. Fred Baue’s been working on a series of novels, and the first installation has just hit shelves! The Pilgrim, published by Pergola Press, is now available!

Genre-wise, The Pilgrim is Americana and recent historical fiction. It will hold special appeal for those interested in Perry County, baseball, music, and the range of society spanning German immigrant families, hobos, beatniks, and bohemians in the 1960s. Portraying much of the grittiness of real life, Baue writes about a young man from a Lutheran German immigrant family who pursues a life of non-conformity, sex, drugs, and rock & roll.

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