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Terror in the City of Champions: Murder, Baseball, and the Secret Society That Shocked Depression-Era Detroit
4.2 out of 5 stars with 43 reviews
Detroit, mid-1930s: In a city abuzz over its unrivaled sports success, gun-loving baseball fan Dayton Dean became ensnared in the nefarious and deadly Black Legion. The secretive, Klan-like group was executing a wicked plan of terror, murdering enemies, flogging associates, and contemplating armed rebellion. The Legion boasted tens of thousands of members across the Midwest, among them politicians and prominent citizens - even, possibly, a beloved athlete.
Terror in the City of Champions
War Room: The Legacy of Bill Belichick and the Art of Building the Perfect Team
4.3 out of 5 stars with 19 reviews
Bill Belichick is one of the titans of today's game of football. Now, sports commentator and best-selling author Michael Holley follows three NFL teams - the New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs, and Atlanta Falcons - from training camp 2010 through the Super Bowl and into the April draft, opening a new window into Belichick's influence on the game.
This one-of-a-kind exploration takes football fans behind the scenes of the most popular sport in America, with unprecedented insider access
The Lobster Chronicles: Life on a Very Small Island
4.1 out of 5 stars with 116 reviews
After seventeen years at sea, Linda Greenlaw figured it was time to take a break from her career as a swordboat captain. She felt she needed to return to Isle au Haut - a tiny island seven miles from the Maine coast with a population of 70 year-round residents, 30 of whom were her relatives. She would pursue a simpler life; move back in with her parents and get to know them again; become a professional lobsterman; and find a guy, build a house, have kids, and settle down. But all doesn't go as
The Secret Game: A Wartime Story of Courage, Change, and Basketball's Lost Triumph
4.6 out of 5 stars with 111 reviews
The true story of the game that never should have happened.
Something was happening to basketball.
In the wartime fall of 1943, at the little-known North Carolina College for Negroes, Coach John McLendon was on the verge of changing the game forever. Within six months his Eagles would become the highest-scoring college basketball team in America, a fast-breaking, hard-pressing juggernaut that would shatter its opponents by as many as 60 points per game. The last student of James Naismith,