Abby Endicott, Boston’s chief homicide prosecutor, has a new case on her hands when the star catcher for the Red Sox goes missing on opening day.
Then another player turns up dead, and Abby discovers greased baseballs and mysterious sums of cash. It’s looking more and more like she needs to be looking at the whole team.
The murders are part of a scheme to make sure the winners keep on winning, even if they have to cheat to get there.
Oddly, two books in a row I’ve read that were just so-so. This book was entertaining, but nothing special. Just your garden variety mystery.
About The Author:
PAMELA WECHSLER spent over seventeen years working as a criminal prosecutor at the local, state and federal levels. She has served as an assistant district attorney and assistant attorney general in Boston, and she was a trial attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C..
She has investigated and prosecuted a wide variety of crimes, including: murder, witness intimidation, domestic violence, sexual assault, drug trafficking, stock market manipulation, bank fraud, and political corruption.
Pam has worked as a technical advisor, writer, and producer for network television and film. Her credits include: Law and Order; Law and Order: Criminal Intent; Law and Order: Trial by Jury; Conviction; Canterbury’s Law; The Judge; and Doubt.
Pam grew up in the Boston area and is a graduate of Tufts and Boston University School of Law. Currently, she is a writer and co-executive producer for the CBS drama Bull. She is the author of Mission Hill, The Graves, and The Fens.