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“Hot In August” by PE Fischetti is Here to Enthrall Us With an Intriguing Story That You Should Not Miss


“Hot In August” is the first of P.E. Fischetti’s books, leading to a trilogy, “The Safety” (2015) and “Miss Pretty Please” (2020).

This story introduces the Finelli and Santucci families of Kensington and Bethesda, Maryland. P.E. Fischetti has succeeded in evoking unbridled passion for baseball in “Hot In August” by fusing his enthusiasm for the game with his skillfully written, observant use of words and descriptive representation of locales and occurrences. It is a priceless read because of this exceptional synergy. He has written novels that are instructive and absorbing.

Readers will learn the truth about what it takes to win in a game that is as explosive as it is adorable from the book “Hot In August,” which stimulates the intellect.

The baseball player Alex Santucci, who became famous after winning the World Series for the Presidents of Washington, DC, and who was dubbed the “best baseball talent on earth,” is the subject of this narrative. It was time to release the sentiments of optimism to once again embrace baseball in Washington, and that it was a mission to put an end to the period of misery and loss.

The third baseman, an All-Star with 14 years of experience, had to make a tough choice because he was still obligated to the Kansas City Crowns. His loyalty to his hometown team was undeniable. Yet he was drawn to his hero’s house, Walter Johnson’s garden in Washington, DC.

Throughout his career, Alex Santucci has been treated with prescription drugs and medication for physical pain. His pancreas and adrenal glands were later found to be enlarged. He undergoes surgery despite the medical emergency, yet his commitment to his sport is unshakeable.

He marries Sally Keegan, his genuine love and staunch ally. Due to their ardent admiration for him as a genuine business leader, his links to the group that makes up his family bestow upon his love, support, and respect. He is often referred to as the “sweetheart” of reporters for his attempts to maintain his status as one of baseball’s cornerstones. When speaking with them, he displays patience and a trustworthy demeanor.

Readers will value Alex Santucci’s openness. He is not ashamed to discuss his emotional ups and downs. He needs confession in order to experience inner healing, thus now is a key time.

Baseball greats praise Alex Santucci for taking the Presidents to unheard-of heights. And it’s appropriate that his accomplishments and home runs help carry on Walter Johnson’s legacy.

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 Pe Fischetti
 Hot In August
 Paul Edmund
 Stonehenge Literary

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