Flawless Execution by John Logue

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A classic murder mystery set in the high-stakes world of pro football, from the master storyteller of sports and suspense. A Morris & Sullivan Mystery originally published by Ballantine Books, FLAWLESS EXECUTION is now available in a quality NOOKbook edition, featuring active Contents and proper digital formatting.

Who witnessed the murder of cocky, verbose football announcer George Hoagland? Most of America . . .

After all, it was on Monday night primetime TV. In bars and living rooms across the country, people were setting in with chips, beer, and pizza to watch the man they loved to hate broadcast yet another glamorous game of pro football. Except this Monday night telecast kicked off with the gruesome sight of George Hoagland's public execution. Fried to death on live TV.

Like the rest of the country, hard-driving southern sportswriter John Morris and his companion (at arms and in bed) Julia Sullivan assumed that there had been a fire in the press box, a bizarre accident.

But their minds are soon changed by George Hoagland's countless enemies and their distinctive, boundless motives. The insulting and arrogant commentator suffered no short-circuit of suspects. Morris and Sullivan determine to go offsides to find his killer....

Includes bonus preview chapters of John Logue's acclaimed novel REPLAY: MURDER.

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Published April 24, 2013 by Quid Pro Books. 199 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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John Morris, a former Associated Press reporter, is working on an article for the Atlantic about George Hoagland, a sportscaster resembling Howard Cosell. While at a bar, Morris, companion Julia Sulli

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