Three Days at Wrigley Field [NOOK Book]

Overview

Which is more important, tradition or winning? Rachel Caravetti, a mysterious, tall brunette puts professional baseball to the test of answering that question in the novel, THREE DAYS AT WRIGLEY FIELD. She has the pitch. Does baseball have the guts to hire her?
Kevin Boswell, a slumping ace pitcher, stands to lose his job if Rachel succeeds; yet he is also the only man Rachel has ever loved. Mike McAllister, the cancer-ridden owner of the Chicago Cubs, dares to invite Rachel to...
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Three Days at Wrigley Field

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Overview

Which is more important, tradition or winning? Rachel Caravetti, a mysterious, tall brunette puts professional baseball to the test of answering that question in the novel, THREE DAYS AT WRIGLEY FIELD. She has the pitch. Does baseball have the guts to hire her?
Kevin Boswell, a slumping ace pitcher, stands to lose his job if Rachel succeeds; yet he is also the only man Rachel has ever loved. Mike McAllister, the cancer-ridden owner of the Chicago Cubs, dares to invite Rachel to audition for the team. Hank Lehman, the plotting Cubs manager and Leah McAllister, Mike's beautiful granddaughter will go to any length to see Rachel fail.
THREE DAYS AT WRIGLEY FIELD sweeps Rachel and her quest for individual triumph into a world of romance, conspiracy, greed and murder. How far are people willing to go to fight for what they believe?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012885883
  • Publisher: Kathleen Gresham
  • Publication date: 6/22/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 194 KB

Meet the Author

K.P. (or Kathy as she's known to family and friends) Gresham is an Illinois girl gone Texan. Always the artsy type, she has taught literature, produced musicals, directed dramas and sung in several bands. Kathy has written several plays which have been produced in the Houston area, including the award-winning drama, "Murder Most Personal."
K.P. Gresham writes in two genres. THREE DAYS AT WRIGLEY FIELD is her first offering in what she calls Political Science Fiction i.e. "What if this happened in our society?" Her other love is writing mysteries with a humorous twist. Coming soon will be the first in her Hardscrabble Homecoming series, THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL.
Kathy lives in Austin, Texas with her awesome husband, Kevin, her beautiful daughter, Bethany, a Russell Terrier named Sadie and two rescue dachshunds, Heidi and Gretel.
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  • Posted June 30, 2011

    Great Read!

    While I seldom read fiction where the setting involves sports, I picked up this book at the insistence of my wife. I was pleasantly surprised! This book is a quick read (188 pages) and I was thoroughly entertained. It is more than another "baseball book;" it is a study in human behavior and social dynamics. Obviously, when it comes to baseball, the author knows her sport, but even more than that, she knows the intricacies of human interaction and develops her characters with care and precision. As one of her self-titled "political science fiction," she does indeed make the reader think of the possibilities and the "what ifs" posed by the plot. I applaud Ms. Gresham's first publication, celebrate her talent, and look forward to reading more of her work. For those of us who love to read, we've made a new friend!

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