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Green, Tim.
THE RED ZONE
New York : Warner, 1999
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ISBN 0446607568
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Imagine being forced to negotiate a NFL contract with no experience.  Now imagine that the owner of that team has just been murdered and the person who they believe killed him is the person whose contract you are negotiating.  This is the position that Madison McCall is in.  When the owner of the Florida Marauders is found face down in Canal Point, (with scuba equipment on nearby land),there is a huge media field day; however, there is frenzy for the investigators.  The news and the investigators believe that the killer is pro linebacker Luther Zorn.  And even crazier they believe that, Evan Chaseís much younger wife, Vivian persuaded Luther into killing him.  Everything starts to unfold when they find out there have been even more killings in the same area.  When Luther tells Madison that he thinks he might know who the killer is, everything starts to come together.  So then Madison, Cody (Madisonís husband), and Luther go to Memphis Tennessee to try and find Leeland.  All of a sudden, Kratch an investigator shows up.  Do you want to find out who the real killer of Evan Chase and many others is?  Then read The Red Zone.  (Brandon, student)
SUBJECTS:     African American football players -- Fiction.
                        Women lawyers -- Fiction.
                        Sports agents -- Fiction.
                        Homicide Palm Beach (Fla.) -- Fiction.
                        Austin (Tex.) -- Fiction.
                        Football -- Fiction.
                        Mystery fiction.

 
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