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Troy Soos

Here we go again. Man, is this a dull off-season or what? Aside from the Yankees getting richer with the acquisition of Giancarlo Stanton, what is has really rocked your socks? SO, trying to make lemonade out of lemons… Let’s start off with a little shameless self-promotion: Paul Hagen offers this piece — “Looking back […]

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While most baseball fiction leave me unimpressed, I was an early adopter of the work of Troy Soos, author of the Mickey Rawlings series of historical baseball mysteries. That’s quite an accomplishment when you think of the amount of work it takes to do any one of those well. Soos, who published first his first […]

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This makes 501‘s point

June 26, 2013

Troy Soos, author of the excellent Mikey Rawlings series of historical baseball fiction that’s currently in re-release, posted this on Facebook a little while ago: Excerpts from MURDER AT WRIGLEY FIELD appear in an editorial in today’s Sacramento Bee. I never imagined my World War I baseball mystery would be cited in a contemporary debate […]

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Apropos of the interview I did with Favorite PASTimes, here’s a profile on Troy Soos, author of the Mickey Rawlings series of historical baseball mysteries, I did for the Summer 1998 edition of The Mystery Review, a defunct Canadian publication. * * * The manicured grass of the baseball field doesn’t grow under Troy Soos’ […]

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