Quick is back for another mystery. This time he's battling forgers, organzied crime, and an unwanted houseguest.
Follow the hilarious adventures of a small college town as they try to pool their money and buy the Dodgers!
Yes, that's spelled incorrectly and that's the point. This was the first appearance of the Future Karnies and they have become quite popular. I get lots of requests to do a book just about them.
A misunderstanding, a boyhood dream, and a town that is slightly crazy. You're going to enjoy the cast of characters in Trolley Dodgers as their quest to buy a baseball team unfolds.
Jonathan Quick is a baseball memorabilia dealer who is always being drawn into some sort of trouble. Join Quick at Spring Training as he hunts down a game used jersey that might be worth a fortune. Along the way, he meets the Fungo Society, a group of old ballplayers who are looking for revenge. Throw in some jealous lovers and a drug kingpin and Quick might just be in over his head!
Get to know Quick in this short excerpt from The Fungo Society. The Quick Baseball Mystery series centers around artifacts dealer Jonathan Quick and his knack for always finding trouble in the world of memorabilia. In this episode, Quick heads to Spring Training where a group of old ballplayers get him into all kinds of trouble. Drug lords, jealous lovers, and grumpy old men make this tale both funny and suspenseful. Join the adventure today!
Celebrate 10 Years of Carry On, Citizens with popular posts and new material from author Jeff Stanger! Carry On, Citizens has been making people laugh for a decade and Facts Cause Cancer shines a light on the disturbing (yet never boring) mind of Jeff Stanger. Ever since the Mid 90s when he was a columnist for BC Magazine, Jeff has been putting his humorous stamp on politics, sports, and entertainment.
"Demand that each of the Presidential candidates outline how they will address the Cow Intestine Shortage if they were elected."
"You scientific types probably call it a pneumatic tube, but I have a fear of silent p's, so I prefer bank tube."
You can't escape the fact that it is indeed facts that cause cancer. That's why I've been keeping my blog fact free for 10 years. I practice safe writing so you can practice safe reading. That's the kind of guy I am. ~Jeff
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