I'm delighted to report that my novelette "Something Real" is available in Amazon's Kindle store. It's the first of a series of alternate-history stories featuring baseball player/spy Moe Berg (or at least my alternate history version of Moe). This novelette won the Sidewise Award for Best Alternate History-Short Form at the 2013 World Science Fiction convention in San Antonio. Here's the link: http://www.amazon.com/SOMETHING-REAL-Moe-Berg-Mysteries-ebook/dp/B00HEXWHMU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1387461316&sr=8-1&keywords=rick+wilber+something+real.
In "Something Real," Moe finds himself leaving the dugout at Comiskey Park to take part in World War II's struggle to stop the Nazis from successfully building the first atom bomb. Moe winds up in neutral Zurich, working with Swiss physicist Paul Scherrer, Italian physicist Enrico Fermi, and a mysterious femme fatale, as the outcome of World War II hangs in the balance. Heck, even the Hindenburg airship (still in one piece in my alternate history) gets involved. The real Moe (or at least the version of Moe that's in the reality that you and I share) did much the same thing in World War II, and my alternate Moe and the real Moe share much of the quirky behavior and intellectual brilliance that made Berg such an interesting character.
The novelette is the first in a planned series of stories featuring Moe Berg. The second story, "At Palomar," will be for sale soon, and a third story, as yet unnamed, is in the works. The first two stories appeared originally in Asimov's Science Fiction magazine.