Blue Fall by B. B. Griffith
(The Tournament, Book 1)

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If you knew about the Tournament, you'd know why they want it kept secret. People don't like to hear that state-sponsored war games are going on under their noses, in their cities, and on their streets. The world isn't ready to know that the most powerful among us can shape the future by wagering on these fights. People wouldn't understand if they learned that teams in the Tournament have the freedom to do almost anything, anywhere, to win.

The Tournament was supposed to be the perfect game, and the perfect secret. Frank Youngsmith, a hapless insurance agent, was supposed to be a nobody, none the wiser. But sometimes things just don't work out like they're supposed to. When Frank stumbles into the dark world of the Tournament when the game is on, it's up to him to expose the secret...or die trying.

Blue Fall is book 1 of 4 in the Tournament series

About B. B. Griffith

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 B. B. Griffith was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. After graduating from Washington University in St. Louis with a degree in English and American Literature, he wandered the world a bit before returning to Denver to set up shop with his wife. He is the author of The Tournament Trilogy:1.) Blue Fall 2.) Grey Winter 3.) Black Spring 
Published January 6, 2014 by Griffith Publishing, LLC. 447 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Many of these are logistical details relating to official Tournament operations, and while some readers might balk at Griffith’s narrative choices, others will be pleased to overlook them in light of the author’s stylistic command of character-driven action.

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The organization’s plan calls for a competition where players are selected to represent member countries using a “diode” technology which makes it possible for team members to be brought back to life after “dying.” Although originally designed as a sport, the conflict takes on a sinister side, a...

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City Book Review

The usual mysterious organization, in this case BlueHorse Holdings sponsors and administers The Tournament, wherein color and nationally-coded teams of mercenaries hunt each other down and—you can guess the rest.

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Portland Book Review

Being thoroughly impressed by Griffith’s writing style and level of detail, I would recommend this book to readers who enjoy reading – there isn’t a reader that wouldn’t be enthralled by Blue Fall.

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Griffith’s Blue Fall, Frank Youngsmith, an overworked claims investigator for Barringer Insurance, is sent to investigate potential fraud on a large claim.

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