Murder at Fenway Park (Mickey Rawlings Series #1)

Murder at Fenway Park (Mickey Rawlings Series #1)

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Murder at Fenway Park: Mickey Rawlings Series, Book 1 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Troy Soos does a marvelous job of delivering a great murder mystery, while at the same time educating the reader about one of the most fascinating eras of baseball, the dead ball era. If you are a baseball fan, it's a good read. If you are a fan of the murder mystery genre, it's a good read. If you are a fan of both, don't miss it!
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RonnaL More than 1 year ago
MURDER AT FENWAY PARK --Troy Soos--As a baseball lover and mystery lover, I found this book to be a fun beginning to a baseball mystery series.  In 1912, a young baseball player, Mickey Rawlings, has just gotten his call to play in the big leagues with the Boston Red Socks.  He's come into the brand new Fenway Park to check in and immediately finds the body of one of his team mates.  Red Corriden's head is bash up badly, but the police and team owner just seem to want everything hushed up.  Would've want any bad publicity for the new stadium.  But there's much more to it than that, and Mickey finds he has to discover the murderer before someone kills him too. I found this book to be a real winner.  The mystery was interesting, and was filled with numerous fun facts about real historical players and team owners of that time period.  It was also interesting living the life of a ball player of that time.  Surely different from today's players.  Lots of big names came into play, Ty Cobb and Cy Young amongst them.  Troy Soos managed to be factual about the real people and maintain a fictional story as well. Great reading for mystery lovers during baseball season!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Easy to read and not quite hard to put down. Nostalgic ending is better than strung out plot.
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What a homerun! One of the best books ever!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I am not interested in baseball or the Red Sox (and I'm from Boston), but I found this book very interesting and fast reading. I enjoyed the bits of history and could see in my mind the places in Boston that were written about. I enjoyed it very much. (ps: I even checked some of the facts to see if they were acurate and most were!!).
Guest More than 1 year ago
I liked the book and was fun to read in my free time. It is very adventuerus and is very mysterious. YOu never know what is going to happen next.