Henry Atkinson had been estranged from his family for over twenty years. Then his wife, Carolyn, reached out to them. Henry's daughter did finally call, but it was to tell them that her husband had died sliding into second base.
As Henry investigated, the team's catcher, then the pitcher died. When local television stations took an interest, the newscaster was attacked. Then there were threats against Henry's grandchildren. Would the New York Lawyer find out who was responsible, or did he have a prayer against a diabolical killer?
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About the Author
Dr. Toppell was graduated from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 1963 with a degree in History and Political Science and from Emory University School of Medicine in 1968. He then enjoyed 48 years of practice in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine in Houston, Tx. with some time out for lectures in American History. He now lives in Plano, Tx. where he reads, writes and enjoys life with his wife of fifty-one years.