The sequel to The Green:

by Troon McAllister
(a pseudonym for Lee Gruenfeld)

May, 2000: Second printing
July, 2000: Third printing


foursome.gifGolf fiction's finest hustler -- The Green's Eddie Caminetti -- returns in a new novel featuring a foursome of upwardly mobile golf fanatics who get their just rewards.

Tired of hustling for something as ordinary as money, Eddie, in THE FOURSOME, sets his sights slightly higher than other men's pockets: He goes after their souls. He now presides over Swithen Bairn, an exquisite, secret golf course that's a kind of twisted Fantasy Island where the  arrogant and pompous find their cherished dreams suddenly transformed into their worst nightmares.

Enter the foursome of the title, four enviably successful businessmen/golf junkies lured to Swithen Bairn by an irresistible offer: "The most memorable golf vacation you ever had or you don't pay."

It's been said that you can learn more about people during one round of golf than you can living next door to them for six months, and in one round with Eddie Caminetti, these four hapless sinners learn more about themselves than they could have in six years of analysis. By the end of their second match, the dizzying amount of money at stake will be the least of their worries, and "memorable" won't even begin to describe this bizarre vacation.

Mixing equal parts of suspense, hilarity, and raw human drama, Troon McAllister deftly shows readers what can happen when money, friendship, ambition, and greed converge explosively in a single round of golf. As Eddie Caminetti himself puts it in THE FOURSOME, "Why do you think they call the devil Scratch?" 

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Doubleday Books, 2000
ISBN 0-385-49910-8; 304 pp.
Hardcover: US$23.95

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