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THE WORDS OF THE PITCHER by KEI SWANSON

Summary

Words Of The Pitcher is the second edition of Genesis Press'

Red Slipper Line, a romance line with

Asian or Asian-American heroes and

heroines. Kentaro Ikuta is the first Japanese national

signed to

play baseball in the major league. This

new pitching phenomenon has every sportswriter clamoring

for an interview but there is just one

problem. Kentaro doesn't speak English! To clear this

hurdle,

the Cleveland Indians' turn to Case

Western Reserve University and doctoral candidate, Claire

Ferris, who reluctantly becomes his

translator and English teacher, to in effect, become

Kentaro's

'words' to the world. Little did anyone

know the two would fall in love, challenging Kentaro's

heriatge. According to custom, he left

an arranged engagement of marriage behind in Japan. Thus,

he must make a decision which will

either betray his culture or his heart.

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The Words of the Pitcher
by Kei Swanson

Genesis Press (Red Slipper Line)
May 1, 2000
ISBN #1585710148
288 pages
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