From Manhattan Book Review: [F]illed with sex and scandal alongside the much more serious topics of suicide, alcoholism, and race, the quick-paced novel never loses momentum. Hutcheon’s writing style is down to earth, and he has a way of making the reader feel a connection with each of the characters and wonder what could possibly happen next…. Hutcheon also uses the book as a way to explore African Americans’ role in baseball, both past and present. Readers will also be impressed with the historical references and quotes throughout the novel.
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Contributor: Maggie Allen from Inkwater Press