Stunned by a double dose of grief--his wife's betrayal and his father's death--Brady Greer returns to his roots to challenge failed mentors on a mission to right the wrongs of his youth. En route, an epiphany reveals his true destiny: to rescue Major League Baseball from the greed consuming it from every direction.
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Robert Booth was born and grew up in the Milwaukee area. While editor and publisher of a county seat weekly in rural Georgia, he earned a first place for editorial writing in the Society of Professional Journalists' Green Eyeshade competition and the Beacon Award from the State School Board Association for educational coverage. He now makes his home in Arizona.Review:
An engaging, coming-of-middle-age tale. Booth writes with flair, offering an inspired scheme and zany but plausible characters. --The Tampa Tribune
Booth skillfully weaves together an ensemble of dreamers and scammers. The aphorisms and anecdotes are the chief pleasure of his prose and the final resolution rings true in its catharsis and irony. --Neil Landau, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
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Book Description Bugle Books, 2005. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110779501012