Murder at First Pitch: Ball Park Mysteries: Book 1


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Thirty-two-year-old Madeline Boucher’s grandfather loved her from an young era in the Boston Red Sox and extended her passion by buying Abington Armadillos, a local Independent League Baseball club.

Madeline understands her greatest choice after leaving her commercial position in Boston is to enter the household baseball company. As the team’s fresh “Social Media Director,” Madeline visits her first company event and sees an incident between her sibling Ben and a bizarre person. She discovers the corpse of a guy stabbed to murder with a baseball bat in the Visitor’s Dugout a few days ago when she walks the ballpark during her early morning hours. It was the guy with whom her friend argued at the conference. Madeline is worried that the accused would be her sibling. Christopher Dailey, a local baseball scout and a previous felon, is the director of safety for the ballpark she teaches the viewer through the local detectives and Davis.

She realizes she needs to figure out who the real culprit is when her brother is arrested and taken to the police station, so her brother doesn’t take the fall for something she knows he didn’t do.