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Publishers Weekly-Booklife Reviews Murder Mystery Griffith Stadium

"Compelling . . . . Ambros does a solid job . . . . fans of Sarah R. Shaber's WWII-era mysteries will enjoy this effort with its darkly satisfying ending."

EntSun - Jun. 8, 2015 - LAKE WALES, Fla. -- Publishers Weekly-Booklife has published its review of Griffith Stadium, a historical novel set on the eve of WWII, written by award winning author Robert Ambros. The full review is available at: http://booklife.com/pwreview/201053.

About the Book

It is 1939 and as war breaks out in Europe, a young American communist, Lou Harris, is brutally murdered at a Washington, D.C. baseball park. No one seems to care until the victim's older brother, Jack, an investigative reporter, arrives from St. Louis. With the help of Lou's girlfriend, Maggie Thorton, Jack uncovers his brother's connections not only with the American Communist Party, but with the FBI and the work force as well. When Jack discovers a list of murdered communists his brother put together, he is targeted by powerful forces. Jack uses the list and all his investigative skills to learn that his brother's murder was tied to the outbreak of war in Europe. Now he must find the killer and expose a grand scheme before he himself is hunted down.

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About the Author

Robert Ambros is the author of "The Brief Sun," the historical novel that won the 2003 Writer's Digest Award for best genre fiction. A physician who authored over fifty scientific papers, he also authored "When Eagles Die," a historical novel portraying the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder on the second generation. He currently lives in Central Florida.

Author: Robert Ambros

Title/Publisher: Griffith Stadium/Authorhouse


Bio: http://www.amazon.com/Robert-Ambros/e/B00IZTQAYI

Contacts: rambros6@verizon.net  media@authorhouse.com

ISBN: 978-1-4634-3839-(sc). 261 pages.
ISBN: 978-14634-3838-(e)


Source: Robert Ambros

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