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  • The Setup Manby T. T. Monday

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2014; US$ 15.00

    Johnny Adcock is an aging Major League pitcher, who moonlights as a private investigator. Major League Baseball, as it turns out, is a prime source of employment for a discreet detective who has both the brains and the brawn to handle the unique problems of professional athletes. On the bus after a game, teammate Frankie Herrera confides in Adcock... more...

  • The Charlton Menby Paul Breen

    Anthem Press 2014; US$ 8.74

    ‘The Charlton Men?, the first part of a trilogy set in South London, combines literary fiction with a love of football. Set in the historic surrounds of Greenwich and Charlton, the novel interweaves the rich heritage of the area?s past with contemporary themes of social disenfranchisement and a search for meaning. Set in the aftermath of the 2011... more...

  • Big in Japanby Jennifer Griffith

    Jolly Fish Press 2012; US$ 9.99

    Buck Cooper is Texan, obese, and invisible to his colleagues. Even worse, to the voluptuous Allison Turner, the girl of his dreams, he is way below par. Buck's entire life is about fitting in, a feat he has struggled to achieve but at which he has never succeeded. Until, that is, serendipity lands him in Japan, right in the middle of a sumo match.... more...

  • Striker, Stopperby Moti Nandy; Arunava Sinha

    Hachette India 2012; US$ 6.99

    Striker is the story of a young football player, Prasoon Joshi, whose father, once a top scorer in the Calcutta League, is completely sidelined after being accused by the club of deliberately throwing the winning goal. As a young player struggling to make his mark, Prasoon not only has to battle the ruthless exploitation of the football clubs, his... more...

  • The Man Who Once Played Catch With Nellie Foxby John Manderino

    Chicago Review Press 2009; US$ 12.99

    At forty, Hank has decided he's through with baseball?a routine pop-up fell on his head and he got the message. Trouble is, baseball is the one thing that's given any meaning to his life. This is the painfully funny story of a man who decides to get a life, but isn't sure how. It's about fathers and sons, heroes and whiners, the wheel of fortune... more...

  • More Than a Teamby Vicenç Villatoro

    Barcelona Digital Editions 2013; US$ 14.99

    The modern-day odyssey of a father and son who are held together by a single thread: Football Club Barcelona ?Why have you come back?? Fifteen-year-old Albert calmly faces his father, Jaume, who left his family four years ago. Back in his son?s bedroom, surrounded by the blue and scarlet colors of Barcelona?s soccer team, Jaume offers to... more...

  • Pennant Manby Daniel Wyatt

    Mushroom Publishing 2014; US$ 4.99

    A baseball mystery novel about the breaking of the color line in major league baseball in the mid-forties... more...

  • Rummel im Dschungelby Bill Cardoso; Franz Dobler; Klaus Bittermann

    FUEGO 2014; US$ 8.14

    Bill Cardoso war der Mann, der das Markenzeichen "Gonzo" für Hunter S. Thompson erfand. "Das ist reiner Gonzo", schrieb er an Thompson, als er dessen berühmten Artikel über das Kentucky-Derby gelesen hatte. Bill Cardoso wusste, wovon er redete, denn er schrieb selbst Gonzo. "Er war ein hell leuchtender Komet", sagte Warren... more...

  • Contendersby Erika Krouse

    Rare Bird Books 2015;

    “Nina was a thief, technically, although she never defined herself that way. Stealing was sponsorship. Fighting was the passion.? Street-fighter Nina Black lives by her fists in Denver, stealing wallets and taking advantage of men who try to take advantage of her. This symbiosis is upended when one of her marks, a cop and MMA comeback contender,... more...

  • The Swingerby Michael Bamberger; Alan Shipnuck

    Simon & Schuster 2011; US$ 15.00

    A sports hero seeks a comeback in this wild, funny, and ultimately redemptive novel. more...