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by Troy Soos
Author: Troy Soos
Publisher: Kensington (November 1, 2000)
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When Mickey Rawlings, utility infielder for the St. Louis Browns, accepts an invitation to play against the East St. Louis Cubs.
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I was also pleased to have the Red Sox in town-not because I’d once played for Boston, but because they were now one of the easiest teams in the American League to beat. Not a single player remained. from the 1912 club of which I’d been a member. Gone was the superb outfield of Tris Speaker, Harry Hooper, and Duffy Lewis, their positions today taken by Nemo Leibold, Pinky Pittenger, and Elmer Smith. Red Sox owners had sold or traded away the club’s best players, many of them, including Babe Ruth, going to the New York Yankees.
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Booklist on Hanging Curve A perfect book for the rain delay. a winner! - -USA Today on Murder at Fenway Park Delightful. mixing suspense, period detail that will leave readers eager for subsequent innings. -Publishers Weekly on Murder at Fenway Park. Historical Detectives Fiction Thriller & Crime. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.
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A baseball player risks his career in 1922 when he agrees to play in a game against a black semi-pro team from East St. Louis. Equal parts baseball and mystery are the perfect proportion. -Robert Parker A Race To Stay Alive 1922.
Booklist on Hanging Curve. A perfect book for the rain delay. a winner!" - -USA Today on Murder at Fenway Park.