- The Secret History of Twin Peaks
- Alliance - The Paladin Prophecy
- The Paladin Prophecy
- The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer
- Game Six
- The Second Objective
- The Match: The Day the Game of Golf Changed Forever
- The Grand Slam: Bobby Jones, America, And the Story of Golf
- The Greatest Game Ever Played: A True Story
- The Six Messiahs
- The List of Seven
- Before I Wake
Boston, Tuesday, October 21, 1975. When diehard baseball fans hear the words “Game Six,” they know it means only one thing: Boston versus Cincinnati.
Here are all the inside stories of some of that era’s biggest names in sports: Johnny Bench, Luis Tiant, Sparky Anderson, Pete Rose, Carl Yastrzemski—eight Hall of Famers in all—as well as sportscasters and network execs, cameramen, umpires, groundskeepers, politicians, and fans who gathered in Fenway that extraordinary night.
Game Six is an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at what is considered by many to be the greatest baseball game ever played—remarkable also because it was about so much more than just balls and strikes. This World Series marked the end of an era; baseball’s reserve clause was about to be struck down, giving way to the birth of free agency, a watershed moment that changed American sports forever. In bestselling author Mark Frost’s talented hands, the historical significance of Game Six becomes every bit as engrossing as its compelling human drama.
— Publishers Weekly
— Booklist (starred review)