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Books Books 31 - 40 of about 48 related to Allegheny and Skyline.   

The Tournament: A Novel of the 20th Century

John Clarke - Fiction - 2003 - 288 pages
The great philosophers, celebrities, artists, and scientists of the twentieth century take part in a two-week tennis tournament that chronicles the cultural history of the ...
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The Race: A Novel of Grit, Tactics, and the Tour de France

Dave Shields - Fiction - 2004 - 214 pages
The rocky of cycling! In this stunning novel the Tour de France serves as the perfect backdrop for a celebration of what is truly great about being human. The triumph leaves ...
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The 1898 Baseball Fe-As-Ko

Randall Beth Platt - Fiction - 2000 - 300 pages
In the third Fe-As-Ko, cowboy Royal Leckner, his wife E. M., and Leviticus and Lou, the mentally out-of-sorts owners of the Four Arrows Ranch, have lassoed themselves a ...
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The Necessary Hunger: A Novel

Nina Revoyr - Fiction - 1998 - 365 pages
Two high school girls growing up in the inner city--one Japanese American, the other African American--hunger for basketball stardom and life beyond South Central Los Angeles
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The Cockroach Basketball League

Charles Rosen, Phil Jackson - Fiction - 1998 - 279 pages
Basketball coach Bob Lassner struggles to prime his Savannah Stars--members of the less-than-prestigious Commercial Basketball Federation--for the playoffs while distracting ...
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Barney Polan's Game: A Novel of the 1951 College Basketball Scandals

Charles Rosen - Fiction - 1998 - 336 pages
Tells the story of how the best college basketball players of the early 1950s adjusted the outcome of the games they played in exchange for money from gamblers and, in doing so ...
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Flatbellies

A. B. Hollingsworth - Fiction - 2003 - 344 pages
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The Year the Yankees Lost the Pennant

Douglass Wallop - Fiction - 2004 - 250 pages
Decades after it became a hit movie and musical--"Damn Yankees"--this classic baseball fable, restored to its original title, is being introduced to a new generation.
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The Girl Who Threw Better Than the Boys

Jack Sharkey - Fiction - 2004 - 133 pages
Being a pioneer is never easy. Kelly, the new girl in town does one thing better than anybody else - throw a baseball. But in her baseball crazy new town, a girl who throws ...
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Boxing Stories

Robert Ervin Howard, Chris Gruber - Fiction - 2005 - 313 pages
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