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Murder at Fenway Park : The Mickey Rawlings Mysteries, Book 1
by Troy Soos




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A Red Sox rookie is accused of murder in the first Mickey Rawlings historical mystery "that will leave readers eager for subsequent innings" (Publishers Weekly).

Boston, 1912. Fenway has just opened, Ty Cobb is a nationwide sensation, and rookie Mickey Rawlings has finally made it to the majors. But just when he sets foot inside the confines of the green monster, his all-star dreams come crashing down—Rawlings is fingered for the monstrous murder of his teammate Red Corriden.

Sure, someone decided to use Red for batting practice. But just because Rawlings has fouled off a lot of balls in his time doesn't mean the cops have to be as blind as a rookie ump when it comes to his innocence. With no one watching his back, Rawlings has no choice but to switch his baseball cap for a sleuthing hat to clear his name. Otherwise, it's going to be a short season in the majors and a long one behind bars . . .

"Equal parts baseball and mystery are the perfect proportion." —Robert Parker

"Soos' delightful debut, mixing suspense, period detail and such legendary baseball greats as Cobb, Walter Johnson, Smokey Joe Wood and Tris Speaker, is a four-bagger." —Publishers Weekly

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Overview

A Red Sox rookie is accused of murder in the first Mickey Rawlings historical mystery "that will leave readers eager for subsequent innings" (Publishers Weekly).

Boston, 1912. Fenway has just opened, Ty Cobb is a nationwide sensation, and rookie Mickey Rawlings has finally made it to the majors. But just when he sets foot inside the confines of the green monster, his all-star dreams come crashing down—Rawlings is fingered for the monstrous murder of his teammate Red Corriden.

Sure, someone decided to use Red for batting practice. But just because Rawlings has fouled off a lot of balls in his time doesn't mean the cops have to be as blind as a rookie ump when it comes to his innocence. With no one watching his back, Rawlings has no choice but to switch his baseball cap for a sleuthing hat to clear his name. Otherwise, it's going to be a short season in the majors and a long one behind bars . . .

"Equal parts baseball and mystery are the perfect proportion." —Robert Parker

"Soos' delightful debut, mixing suspense, period detail and such legendary baseball greats as Cobb, Walter Johnson, Smokey Joe Wood and Tris Speaker, is a four-bagger." —Publishers Weekly


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  • ISBN: 9780758287786
  • Publisher: Kensington
  • Date: Feb 2013
 

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