Packed with early 1900s fun, mystery writer Troy Soos’ lively Mickey Rawlings series hits a winning combination of exciting intrigue and America’s favorite sport. Murder at Ebbets Field whisks you back to the golden beginnings of professional baseball and the innocent glamour of the first motion pictures. The 1914 race for the pennant is heating up, and Giant’s rookie Mickey Rawlings dreams of playing in the World Series. But vicious publicity swirls around him when he discovers the body of a glamorous movie star—who just happens to be the new Dodgers owner—at Coney Island. Soon bad luck stalks him, calling outs on and off the field. Membership in the Mystery Writers of America and the Society for American Baseball Research enables Troy Soos to create sparkling whodunits filled with authentic baseball lore. Veteran narrator Johnny Heller’s spirited rendition captivates mystery lovers and sports enthusiasts alike.