Front Row

Front Row

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by Gregg Bell
     
 
Front Row is a story of friends, a touch of romance and some very strange occurrences.

Three friends went to a baseball game on a hot summer night and found a pretty blonde in one of their seats. As it turns out they had four tickets so the blonde could stay, and over the course of the first few innings and a few beers it became apparent that the blonde was a

Overview

Front Row is a story of friends, a touch of romance and some very strange occurrences.

Three friends went to a baseball game on a hot summer night and found a pretty blonde in one of their seats. As it turns out they had four tickets so the blonde could stay, and over the course of the first few innings and a few beers it became apparent that the blonde was a big fan of the Yankee left fielder—and then that she was way more than just an ordinary fan.

Editorial Reviews

Amazon - Brenda Larson
Front Row is a delightful quirky story about a night at a Sox game shared by three friends at the start and five friends by the end. As with everything Gregg Bell writes it is a great read. My only complaint; it is too short. Keep hitting those home runs Gregg. Looking forward to more.
Amazon - T. Mav
A very funny, poignant short story about friendships and baseball.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148990550
Publisher:
Thriveco, Inc.
Publication date:
12/13/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,048,532
File size:
679 KB

Meet the Author

Gregg Bell lives in and writes out of suburban Chicago.

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Front Row 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sheri-A-Wilkinson More than 1 year ago
Front Row by Gregg Bell This fun short story, told in narrative form is about one mans experience at a Chicago White Sox Baseball game. The story is very original (which I love in a book) the characters are all unique, one is quirky (loved her). Being from Chicago (myself) I really connected.  I truly feel that those who ever went to (a professional) baseball game, have never been, or want to go will enjoy this short story. Front Row is not just for baseball fans, I feel readers of all genres will love this story as much as I did.