Slammin’ takes place in a different 2011. Fifty-three year-old tennis pro and family man, Wally Wilson is happily teaching Silicon Valley’s millionaires and billionaires on the double-wide estate of his temptress and benefactor, 17 year-old Ashley Margincall. But when Wally’s serve speed spikes and unidentified government agents appear, he begins a pro tennis odyssey that might lead him to the U.S. Open or the twisted nexus of a Grand Slam conspiracy. Strangely blessed, but always behind the curve, Wally realizes he’s been given all the power, but none of the control.
“Marcus Cootsona hits a clean winner with Slammin’.” -Jon Wertheim, Sports Illustrated.
“Slammin’ has the sort of wacky charm that keeps a reader following Wally’s excellent adventure as the plot, like the pro circuit, curves around like a snake eating its own tail.” -Michael Mewshaw, Inside Tennis.
“The world constructed by Cootsona feels very alive, and even in the face of the most bizarre dangers of the book a laugh can somehow be found.” - Self-Publishing Review.