Not coincidentally, the book also marked Feinstein as this country's keenest sports observer this side of Roger Angell. With just a couple of exceptions, Feinstein has doggedly followed the same formula that made his first book so successful: pick a sport, spend a year covering it, then write about it with smart, snappy prose. Feinstein returns to college basketball in ''A March to Madness,'' which chronicles the season through the eyes of the nine coaches in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The A.
Stevie is both proud and envious of her athletic prowess. And he's worried by the agents and sponsors and media all wanting to get up close and personal with Susan Carol. Sports novels abound, but Feinstein's books are all stars. They combine sports action, high-stakes mysteries, and behind-the-scenes glimpses of big-time sporting events. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Read more Read less.