Long Gone

  • Title: Long Gone
  • Author: Paul Hemphill
  • ISBN: 9781566634175
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback
  • Long Gone A story with a heart of gold about love and the loss of innocence at the bottom of the most minor league in baseball the class D Alabama Florida League in the s with a sour old maverick manager
    A story with a heart of gold about love and the loss of innocence at the bottom of the most minor league in baseball the class D Alabama Florida League in the 1950s, with a sour old maverick manager, a yearning teenage second baseman, and a black catcher masquerading as a Venezuelan A first rate novel Newsweek A sharp, unsentimental portrait of the minor league lifeA story with a heart of gold about love and the loss of innocence at the bottom of the most minor league in baseball the class D Alabama Florida League in the 1950s, with a sour old maverick manager, a yearning teenage second baseman, and a black catcher masquerading as a Venezuelan A first rate novel Newsweek A sharp, unsentimental portrait of the minor league lifed Hemphill makes it all come to life, believably and memorably Sports Illustrated So good, so true, so funny New York Times Book Review.

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    About Paul Hemphill


    1. Paul James Hemphill was an American journalist and author who wrote extensively about often overlooked topics in the Southern United States such as country music, evangelism, football, stock car racing and the blue collar people he met on his journeys around the South.


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    1. A nice little funny read about a woebegone minor league team in the 50's. Fans of sports fiction will enjoy it

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    2. Very funny. Terrific dialogue and sense of scene. Hemphill is missed.

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