This jazzy turnaround makes use of an altered scale on the F7 and implies an F7b9 or F7#9 chord.

Whatever you do with this one, do not play an F9.

the more tension in (or on) a chord, the more it wants to resolve.
Altered chords or the use of altered scales on a chord makes you want to move forward to the next chord.

This is exactly what we do in a turnaround: we move from chord to chord pretty quickly.
There are a mountain of possibilities here and with them come restrictions on where you can use them and when they sound good.

The use of these altered scales will make you sound more jazzy.
Unfortunately, that’s not the aim of this book.
If you’re really interested in these sounds, be prepared to invest some major amount of time.