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Killing The Curse by Jeff Stratton

Killing The Curse

by Jeff Stratton

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The Boston Red Sox haven't won the World Series since 1918. Many blame the dreaded Curse of the Bambino. Burned out Boston homicide detective and lifelong Red Sox fanatic Paul Doyle doesn't know about that, but he's certain that this is the year. Superstar outfielder Tommy Flair is the man to lead them to glory. But there's a problem when Doyle is assigned to investigate the murder of a beautiful young woman and the evidence starts pointing to Flair. Doyle must face a moral and ethical crisis that could break him. Will his allegiance be with his job of thirty years or his dream of fifty years? Have there been other victims? How can Doyle protect Flair's current flame, the voluptuous Tammi Stevens, while saving his job, his life and his one remaining reason to live-a Red Sox championship?

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