New York, Kensington, 1995. First edition. New York Giants utility infielder Mickey Rawlins is closer than ever to realizing his two goals: playing in a World Series, and hitting over .250. It's the summer of 1914 and Rawlins' Giants are in first place; the fact that the Dodgers are in last does not mitigate their rivalry in the least. When a body is discovered at Coney Island, baseball takes a back seat--or does it? For the victim is the widow of the Dodgers owner! Thus, the plot thickens. Fine in dust jacket, the latter showing slight wear to extremities and spine ends. $35.00.