‘A Drive Into the Gap’ by Kevin Guilfoile

Kevin Guilfoile’s novella, A Drive Into the Gap, is a book centered around baseball, his father’s struggle with Alzheimer’s, the ephemerality of memory, and the mystery of what exactly happened to the legendary bat Roberto Clemente used on that 3,000th base hit. Even more interestingly, the book was published by the folks at Field Notes and could be mistaken for one of their signature memo books.

The first chapter of A Drive Into the Gap can be read on its store page, and I’d be surprised if you weren’t itching to hit the Buy button by the end. A fantastic story for just $7. It’s also available in $2 ebook form, both for Kindle and on the iBookstore.