Spectators of War

By Luke Swanson

War is the means to an end, usually waged for vengeance, destruction, or conquest. But then, imagine living in a world where war is nothing more than a pro sport, and solely orchestrated for entertainment. This is the era in which the famous war superstar...

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Sweating Together

How Peloton Built A Billion Dollar Venture and Created Community in a Digital World
By David J Miller

Sweating Together: How Peloton Built a Billion Dollar Venture and Created Community in a Digital World is an examination of a product/service that has made a huge impact on the fitness industry. Author David J. Miller, Ph.D. passionately uses a Peloton himself, and so has...

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Sins of the Tribe

By Mark A. Salter

Sins of the Tribe by Mark A. Salter is a sports novel that revolves around two brothers, Wally and Henry, and the almost religious deference to one of America's most beloved pastimes: football. It is one of the sport's worst-kept secrets that college football players...

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The Moonballers

A Novel about The Invasion of a LGBTQ2+ Tennis League … by Straight People (GAY GASP!)
By Jeffrey Sotto

The Moonballers: A Novel about The Invasion of a LGBTQ2+ Tennis League … by Straight People (GAY GASP!) is a work of fiction in the humor, parody, and sports fiction subgenres. It is intended for the general adult reading audience and was penned by author...

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The Death and Resurrection of Baseball

Echoes From A Distant Past
By William R Douglas

The Death and Resurrection of Baseball: Echoes From A Distant Past is a work of fiction in the sports and futuristic fiction subgenres. It is suitable for the general reading audience and was penned by author William R Douglas. We find ourselves in the year...

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Doubleday Doubletake

One Ball, Three Strikes, One Man Out (The Cooperstown Trilogy)
By J. B. Manheim

Doubleday Doubletake by JB Manheim is the third novel in the Cooperstown Trilogy. Manheim does not disappoint his fans, managing yet again to create a plot of dazzling ingenuity. The Commissioner of Baseball plots to halt and reverse the financial demise of Major League Baseball....

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The GameKeepers

Whitewash, Blackmail, and Baseball's Darkest Secrets (The Cooperstown Trilogy)
By J. B. Manheim

The Gamekeepers by J B Manheim is a cracker of a story. The Gamekeepers are the self-appointed protectors of baseball, a self-perpetuating group of three who developed an ingenious plan back in the 1930s to protect the game from behind the scenes. Fast forward to...

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Catching the Wind

By Steve Physioc

Catching the Wind by Steve Physioc continues the story of Sam Cloud-Carson who we first met in Walks With The Wind. After losing his freedom, his family, and everything he loved, Sam thought his life was over. Reluctantly working for Drake Dixon was Sam’s personal...

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This Never Happened

The Mystery Behind the Death of Christy Mathewson
By J.B. Manheim

Wow! If ever there was a rip-roaring narrative, This Never Happened: The Mystery Behind the Death of Christy Mathewson by JB Manheim is it! The novel has its origins in the speculation and uncertainty surrounding the untimely death of Christy Mathewson, baseball legend, in 1925....

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Last At Bat

Small Town Big Secrets
By Mark Donahue

Last At Bat: Small Town Big Secrets by Mark Donahue is a remarkable story of the human spirit in its capacity to beat tremendous odds. The story opens with the crash of a passenger airplane where baseball star Dylan Michael is among the passengers. The...