F&F Book Club

F&F Book Club's July selection is A Burning by Megha Majumdar!

Discussion will be virtual and is currently scheduled for Thursday, July 14 @ 7pm Missoula time.

If you would like to participate and be added to the Book Club email list, please email your name to FactandFictionBookClub@gmail.com.

New members welcome anytime!

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James Lee Burke - Reading & Signing

In his most autobiographical novel to date, James Lee Burke continues the epic Holland family saga with a writer grieving the death of his daughter while battling earthly and supernatural outlaws.

Novelist Aaron Holland Broussard is shattered when his daughter Fannie Mae dies suddenly. As he tries to honor her memory by saving two young men from a life of crime amid their opioid-ravaged community, he is drawn into a network of villainy that includes a violent former Klansman, a far-from-holy minister, a biker club posing as evangelicals, and a murderer who has been hiding in plain sight.

Aaron’s only ally is state police officer Ruby Spotted Horse, a no-nonsense woman who harbors some powerful secrets in her cellar. Despite the air of mystery surrounding her, Ruby is the only one Aaron can trust. That is, until the ghost of Fannie Mae shows up, guiding her father through a tangled web of the present and past and helping him vanquish his foes from both this world and the next.

Drawn from James Lee Burke’s own life experiences, Every Cloak Rolled in Blood is a devastating exploration of the nature of good and evil and a deeply moving story about the power of love and family.

Every Cloak Rolled in Blood (A Holland Family Novel) Cover Image
ISBN: 9781982196592
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Simon & Schuster - May 24th, 2022

Maid - Signed by Stephanie Land


At 28, Stephanie Land's dreams of attending a university and becoming a writer quickly dissolved when a summer fling turned into an unplanned pregnancy. Before long, she found herself a single mother, scraping by as a housekeeper to make ends meet.

SKU: 9780316505093
Price: $17.99

Descended from a Travel-worn Satchel


Haiku and Haibun by Chris La Tray

featuring art by Clare Carpenter


“I've worn out my body in journeys that are as aimless as the winds and clouds, and expended my feelings on flowers and birds. But somehow I've been able to make a living this way, and so in the end, unskilled and talentless as I am, I give myself wholly to this one concern, poetry.”

— Matsuo Bashō, writing in a letter to a friend.


Price: $16.00

In the Weeds - Signed


"To read Mark Gibbons' poetry is to have an intimate conversation with your community, the guy on the next barstool, the woman in the checkout line, the person across the alley. Gibbons is a poet conversationalist. His words are a wonder and a balm."

-Debra Magpie Earling 
Author of Perma Red

SKU: 9789780996413
Price: $25.00

Fact & Fiction Camp Mug


BACK IN STOCK!!!!!!!!!!

The perfect mug for around the fire, while curled up in your favorite reading chair, or covert whiskey drinking.

10oz white enameled stainless steel coffee mug with Fact & Fiction repeated in Rainbow colors!

Blood is Not the Water - Signed


Blood is Not the Water


by Mara Panich

Praise for Blood is Not the Water

Price: $16.00

Another Kind of Eden - Signed by James Lee Burke


New York Times bestselling author James Lee Burke brings readers a captivating tale of justice, love, brutality, and mysticism set in the turbulent 1960s.


SKU: 9781982151713SIGNED
Price: $27.00

A Corner of Space and Time: Lee Nye's Eddie's Club Portraits


An artist in the rough, Lee Nye was a brilliant, largely undiscovered photographer from the rugged state of Montana. He was a cowboy, a veteran, a poet, a teacher, and a bartender. Most of all, Lee Nye was an artist who captured the souls of a bygone America on film like no one else of his generation.

Price: $84.00

One-Sentence Journal



Short poems and essays from the world at large

by Chris La Tray




SKU: 9781732496804
Price: $15.00


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