Author Information
Pamela Ferguson's Latest Book

Newest Release

  • Bibliography:
    6 Books
  • First Book:
    August 2000
  • Latest Book:
    January 2018

Book List in Order: 6 titles


  • Before Atheneum published Dominion in the late l970's, several publishers dismissed it as "unbelievable". It was one of the first novels to expose the manipulative marketing and research practices of the tobacco industry, based on author Pamela Fergu...



  • The Sacrifice is the immigrants' American Dream/American Nightmare story of a Greek American dynasty. Bootblack to Bootlegger to Billionaire, patriarch Dmitri Mitsidis is never far from his humble origins as a boy off the island of Skryos who ended u...



  • Ryan Ferguson, age 21, died suddenly from complications of a heat stroke on June 25, 2000. A communications major at the University of Arizona, he planned to graduate in 2001. People were drawn to Ryan by his ready smile, and they stayed to enjoy his...



  • Pamela Ferguson's debut children's novel is a treat to read, a light-hearted tale of magical realism that moves between joy and sorrow to find meaning in the roller-coaster experiences of life. PJ Picklelime lives in a village very close to you. M...



  • GOLDEN HEART WINNER, debut author Will Reo Greene ever learn to say no? She’s just finished organizing Lilac’s first 5K race and is swamped with online college exams. Now the mayor wants her to collaborate with Jack Warfield to evaluate Main Stre...



  • Lilac. Where paths cross, sparks fly and love blooms. Even though it sometimes feels like she lives in a fishbowl, hair salon manager Sunny DeStefano loves small-town life. When self-made businessman Buck Day returns to Lilac for a family wedding, Su...




Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Pamela Ferguson has published 6 books.

Pamela Ferguson does not have a new book coming out soon. The latest book, True Hearts, was published in January 2018.

The first book by Pamela Ferguson, Dominion, was published in August 2000.

No. Pamela Ferguson does not write books in series.