Rough Trade by Gini Hartzmark

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Pro football is new business for Chicago attorney and deal-maker Kate Millholland, but one meeting with the Milwaukee Monarchs convinces her that the team is in deep trouble: bad management, lackluster coaching, and insubordinate players. The move that could save the once-great team--a transfer to L.A.--is vehemently rejected by owner Beau Rendell.

But soon Beau is out of the game--murdered, the police say, by his own son and heir.

So who's calling the signals in this high-ticket disaster? While the press and the fans go wild, tough-minded Kate goes hunting and collides with an opposition that plays to kill.

About Gini Hartzmark

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Gini Hartzmark attended the law and business schools of the University of Chicago and was a business and economics writer. She has written articles on a variety of topics for the Chicago Sun-Times, the Chicago Tribune, and a number of national magazines. She is also the author of the Kate Millholland novels: Principal Defense, Final Option, Bitter Business, and Fatal Reaction. Ms. Hartzmark and her husband live in Arizona with their three children.
Published December 26, 1998 by Ivy Books. 293 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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High-powered corporate attorney Kate Millholland finds herself in the unfamiliar world of professional football when personal friend and Milwaukee Monarchs general manager Jeff Rendell asks her to help save the nearly bankrupt team.

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