pageturner press and media icon
Reverse Swing

Reverse Swing

by Ron Prehn Palmer

About The Book

Criminally controlled international gambling is now center stage on the world scene, accompanied by necessitated match-fixing and leading to massive financial profits for the professionally organized syndicates. Bribery, assassination, and violent social crime are necessary, interwoven partners. This novel lays clear the lucid, intricate details. A budding cricket star is maliciously injured and misses his first tour of England. Forced to change his game, he is assisted by a top USA baseball coach and, following great difficulty, develops a new bowling style previously thought impossible. He becomes an international star. Murder and violence force government and court interventions to clean up the Australian gambling scene. A federal politician becomes an advocate for change and, through intriguing circumstances, is finally elected as prime minister of Australia. This novel is edge-of-seat reading, never resting in realistic detail, unexpected turns, and graphic outcomes. From the first page, it cannot be put down; it is a unique story of compelling dialogue.
Details
ISBN 978-1-64376-333-0 (Paperback)
978-1-64376-332-3 (E-BOOK)
Genre
Specifications
Pages 440 pages

Reviews