Aaron H. Foster's New Book "CASAPEE" is the Story of a Man Who Has Lost It All, a Widow, and a Ranch in Need of Restoration.

Newest publication "CASAPEE" from Fulton Books author Aaron H. Foster is the story of Chuck Braxton, Lee Ann Wheaton, and the Wheaton Ranch. Chuck lost his family and Lee Ann lost her husband, but they will find a new beginning as they restore her ranch to its former glory.

Aaron H. Foster lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma and began writing upon his retirement. He took three writing courses at a local college. He has since written three fifty-thousand-word novels and ninety short stories. Aaron H. Foster, retiree and author, has completed his most recent book “CASAPEE”:  the story of a man who has lost it all, a widow, and a ranch in need of restoration.

“Casapee was a small town of four thousand people. It was located in Pushmataha county, fifteen miles from McAlester. It was a gathering place for a largely ranching and rural community—one they called their hometown.” --Aaron H. Foster

Published by Fulton Books, Aaron’s book is the story of a new beginning. Chuck Braxton travels West to find a new life after losing his family to a murderer. He is lost. When he has a chance encounter with a lovely widow named Lee Ann Wheaton, his path becomes clear. The Wheaton Ranch has fallen in disrepair, but Chuck and Lee Ann will find a way to restore the ranch as they restore each other.

Readers who wish to experience this awe-inspiring work can purchase “CASAPEE” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at gregory@fultonbooks.com or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books

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