The Setup Man

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Random House Audio | Mar 11, 2014 | 480 Minutes | ISBN 9780804191036

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    Vintage | Dec 02, 2014 | 272 Pages | 5-3/16 x 8 | ISBN 9780804169820

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    Doubleday | Mar 11, 2014 | 272 Pages | 5-1/2 x 8-1/4 | ISBN 9780385538459

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    Vintage | Mar 11, 2014 | 288 Pages | ISBN 9780385538466

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“A sexy mystery . . .  pitch perfect.” —Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
“Teems with sex, violence—and baseball. . . . T.T. Monday deserves promotion to the starting rotation of thriller writers.”—St. Louis Post-Dispatch
“A world of murder, porn, prostitution and Mexican cartels. . . . This rookie thriller writer has homered his first time at bat.”–The Free Lance-Star

“Filled with baseball lore, Monday’s novel is an amusing and entertaining literary thriller.”–The Daily Beast

“Don’t shy away from this mystery if you’re not a baseball fan. The industry is seamlessly interwoven into the story and you’ll pick up all you need to know without any effort. If you are a baseball fan, dive in headfirst….This is the author’s first thriller, but I hope it’s not his last.”–Suspense Magazine

“Monday has a “Dragnet”-like, just-the-facts style and offers lots for baseball fans to enjoy as well.'”–New York Post

Monday delivers an all-star performance with this series debut. Here’s hoping that Adcock has a more than a few innings left in him.”–The Chronicle-Herald (Halifax)

” Monday’s plot is inventive, but it’s the verisimilitude of Adcock’s baseball life that makes this one a delight. Adcock is a solid MLB citizen. . . . Here’s hoping he has many more seasons and many more cases.”–Booklist, Starred review

“T.T. Monday’s prose is wry, funny and just smartass enough.”–Toronto Star
“A throwback Southern California mystery in modern pinstripes….A treat for readers of mystery or baseball novels, this debut will be especially enjoyable for fans of both.” –Kirkus Reviews

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