The Keystone Corner

Thomas Edison Turns Two (Book 5 of The Deadball Files)
By J B Manheim

The Keystone Corner: Thomas Edison Turns Two is a work of fiction in the thriller, legal drama, sports, and historical fiction subgenres, and is the fifth novel in The Deadball Files series. The work is best suited to the adult reading audience owing to the...

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Wheels of Thunder

Inspired by a True Account of Life with a Learning Difficulty
By Stuart Harvey

Wheels of Thunder by Stuart Harvey follows the story of a young amateur race car driver as he navigates his life around racing, Asperger's Syndrome, and love. At 21, Stuart Robson never let his autism get in the way of his affinity for automobiles. A...

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Cayden's Adventures with Faith

A Chapter Book that Builds Confidence
By Elizabeth Lizu

Cayden's Adventures with Faith by Elizabeth Lizu enlightens young readers about a life of faith. Cayden has always dreamed of being on the school’s basketball team. Finally, the opportunity to try out for the team arrives. Cayden is excited, yet a bit nervous. Through each...

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Shirts and Skins

A Carlos Pulaski Mystery
By Michael D Urban

In Shirts and Skins by Michael D. Urban, Carlos, a disgraced former judge now working as a PI, is drawn into an investigation by Otto, an old acquaintance, concerning thefts and murders within the Northeast Pilgrims football organization. Despite Carlos's questionable history, Otto trusts his...

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The Walk-On

By Richard Podkowski

The Walk-On is an outstanding novel by Richard Podkowski. Although Mike "The Steelman" Stalowski rules the football field, he is beginning to spiral out of control. Mike played football despite suffering from severe pain and an injury for years. Mike turned to alcohol and painkillers...

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The Federal Case

The Deadball Files
By J.B. Manheim

The Federal Case is a work of fiction in the sports fiction, legal drama, and slice-of-life subgenres, and it forms the fourth novel in The Deadball Files book series. It is best suited to the general adult reading audience and contains some occasional use of...

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Foulshot

A Frank Renzi crime thriller
By Susan Fleet

Foulshot is a work of fiction in the crime drama, mystery, and intrigue subgenres, and forms part of the Frank Renzi thriller series penned by author Susan Fleet. It is best suited for the general adult reading audience. Detective Frank Renzi finds himself embroiled in...

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BirdDog Boogie

A Jake Eliam ChickenBone Mystery Series
By Cliff Yeargin

Cliff Yeargin's BirdDog Boogie follows a mix of funny and dangerous characters and their chaotic, intriguing treasure hunt. Before Shoestring Stubbs died, he buried a treasure of stolen baseball memorabilia and created a map of its location. Forty years later, veteran baseball scout Grady "Biscuit"...

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The Early Years of 'Squirt' Malone

By Richard W. Kelly

Inspired by real-life events, The Early Years of 'Squirt' Malone is a historical drama by Richard W. Kelly. Set during the first two decades of the twentieth century, the story follows John Malone, the son of a cattle ranch owner from Denton, Texas, who runs...

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The Outfielders

By Robert P. Rowe

As the title suggests, The Outfielders by Robert P. Rowe is a baseball story woven around the troubled courtship and eventual coupling of its two main characters, Tony and Alex, both trapped in a town seemingly too small for their desires. The Outfielders is infused...

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