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Baseball Man: Crime Novel of Forsaken Love, Identity Crisis, Bodybuilding, Murder (VB Story Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The author’s plot of personal fulfillment in the life of Vinnie Briggs, shared with his gay spouse, Ben, is subservient to descriptions/displays of the new results of body building by Vinnie himself this time around and continuation thereof by Ben. The videotaping scenes regarding the above in Martha’s Vineyard are sexual exhibitionism to the extreme which the author does not let the reader forget through the pages with references to it to the very end of the book.
The storyline is true to the same main characters; Vinnie and Ben, and Dan and Ginny, now with toddler, Anthony, plus their families and friends. The driving force is Vinnie’s yearning for parenthood which leads Vinnie into friendship with a lesbian couple, Grace and Kaelin, planning for a child, plus Vinnie wanting to have a surrogate child with Ben as well. Throw in Kaelin’s father, Carl, and Vinnie’s caring relationship with an ex-baseball player street person, Slider, and a dog named Ralph and you have the stage set for three murders, two of which Vinnie must be cleared or face the prospect of prison. Author Puccia capably brings it altogether in the end, leaving the reader once again wanting him to write the next chapter in this engaging tale of the life of Vinnie Briggs.