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No fans are more perpetually disappointed than those of the Chicago Cubs—a team that has not won a World Series since 1908.  And chief among the forlorn is Jack Frost. From his assigned seat in the cafeteria at the Bide Awhile Rest Home, Jack reads the sports pages every day and checks out the standings.  In the middle of June, the Cubs are already thirteen and a half games out.  Last place again—or rather, still.

Into this sea of depression drops one Clarence Beazely, a new resident at the home and a baseball fan.  But Beazely is not your everyday fan, nor is he your everyday rest home resident.  He has extraordinary powers, and in a very friendly way he offers Jack a tantalizing deal.  Of course it comes at a cost, but if the price seems a little steep, does it really matter as long as the Cubs might have a chance to be… WORLD CHAMPIONS?

“Mort makes a fascinating read out of every subject he takes up.” The Associated Press.

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Abby Bannister, the CEO and founder Gimps Serving Gimps, is being interviewed for a spot on the local news. A major gimp herself, she is a champion for the rights and independence of all people faced with physical, mental and emotional challenges. Once aired, the interview draws the attention of three people. The first is her best friend, a gay gimp looking for love in all the wrong places. The second is Abby’s long-lost cousin, Fey. Homeless, she has an ax to grind and sees Abby as the perfect grindstone. The third is a self-declared angel of mercy who believes Abby is in need of his special services. As Abby whizzes around Tucson, Arizona in her supped-up electric wheelchair, she is oblivious to the grave danger she is in.

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