The Year of the Buffalo

The Year of the Buffalo

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by Marshall J. Cook, Michael P. Savage
     
 

Beymer, Wisconsin, "The smallest town in the U.S. of A. with its very own professional baseball team!" is the setting for the heroic comeback of a team, a two-some, and an entire town!

Marshall J. Cook has written a touching tale of the victorious human spirit. Every single character faces their own private demons; each finds their own path to success. This

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Beymer, Wisconsin, "The smallest town in the U.S. of A. with its very own professional baseball team!" is the setting for the heroic comeback of a team, a two-some, and an entire town!

Marshall J. Cook has written a touching tale of the victorious human spirit. Every single character faces their own private demons; each finds their own path to success. This book is that rare find, a believable portrayal of real people discovering ways to become winners. There are victories at every level, on the playing field, in love and in the arena of the indomitable human spirit. One of baseball's, and the world's, finest writers, W.P. Kinsella, author of Shoeless Joe from which the movie Field of Dreams was forged, says this book is, "Fine story telling" with "Genuinely touching moments."

Another triumph for the prolific author from Madison, Wisconsin. In this, his second book for Savage Press, Cook has shown he is a master of the game and the genre.

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ISBN-13:
9781886028227
Publisher:
Savage Press
Publication date:
05/01/2001
Pages:
196
Product dimensions:
5.43(w) x 8.54(h) x 0.47(d)

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Year of the Buffalo 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a female who has no interest in sports, so you wouldn't think this book would appeal to me. However, I love a good yarn about a group of memorable, loveable people pulling together to save their team and their town, and searching for love in its many forms along the way, and this book was that. But baseball fans would love it, too. I hear the author has written a sequel. I will be among the first in line to read about the ongoing lives of Tommy Lee, Dutch, the Chief, Billie Jo, and my personal favorite, Bruce Kelly, the wise and caring newspaperman.