Fear in Fenway

  • Title: Fear in Fenway
  • Author: Crabbe Evers
  • ISBN: 9780688114688
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fear in Fenway The fourth exciting mystery in the series brings retired sportswriter Duffy House and his quick witted niece Petey to Beantown s famous Fenway Park for an Old Timer s Day game But when someone spikes
    The fourth exciting mystery in the series brings retired sportswriter Duffy House and his quick witted niece Petey to Beantown s famous Fenway Park for an Old Timer s Day game But when someone spikes the potato salad, it s not just the pennant hopes that get murdered Can our heroes catch the killer off base before they, too, end up in a dugout

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    About Crabbe Evers


    1. Crabbe Evers is a pseudonym for the writing team of William Brashler and Reinder Van Til Series Duffy House Mystery


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    1. Picking up this little mystery was worthwhile even though I’ve only been to Fenway Park on one occasion. Fear at Fenway is a well-crafted mystery with a set-up that allowed the author to use the voice of the narrator to express his love of baseball, old and new (with a preference for the old). Written in 1993, it was published a decade before the Red Sox finally broke the “Curse of the Bambino” (2004) and it is saturated with an acute understanding of the cursed mentality faced by fans of [...]

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    2. I'm a fan of Troy Soos, and his Mickey Rawlings series. I have read all of the books in the Mickey Rawlings series and enjoyed them. I had a friend reccomend thaT I try one of this series by Evers Crabbe though they werent in my mind nearly as good or well written as Soos's books, they were enjoyable. Of course in my mind it does not hurt to have a book about baseball, and if it happens to be a murder mystery even more the better.

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    3. "Fear in Fenway" is good, but not as good as some of the other books in this series. I was disappointed in the quality of the motive when it was revealed. It did not seem strong enough to motivate someone to the level of actions that were taken. As always, I enjoyed the character Duffy House, especially when he tells the story of Duffy's Hill in old Fenway and I continue to be pleased with Ever's mix of baseball and murder mystery.

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    4. I had read this book 10+ years ago - found it in a box so decided to read it again. The mystery was good - but what I really enjoyed was his descriptions of Fenway Park (been there many times) and Boston (live 40 mies away and I'm a frequent visitor)

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