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Alfred A. Knopf, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 298 pages
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New York Times bestselling sportswriter John Feinstein tackles doping in the NFL in this exciting football mystery.
The Super Bowl. America's biggest sports spectacle. Over 95 million fans will be watching, but teen sports reporters Stevie and Susan Carol know that what they'll be watching is a lie. They know that the entire offensive line of the California Dreams have failed their doping tests. They know the owner is trying to cover up the results. The only thing they don't know is how to prove it.
John Feinstein has been praised as "the best writer of sports books in America today" (The Boston Globe), and he proves it again in this fast-paced novel.

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Review: Cover-Up: Mystery at the Super Bowl (The Sports Beat #3)

User Review  - Duncan - Goodreads

Cover-Up is a story about 14 year old Stevie Thomas, a talented sports reporter and writer. He was laid off his original job as a reporter on a top sports network called USTV just days before the ... Read full review

Review: Cover-Up: Mystery at the Super Bowl (The Sports Beat #3)

User Review  - Tyson - Goodreads

The reason why i gave Cover up 2 stars because i didnt really get the meaning of the book i only read 12 pages and looking back at those pages to me the book sucks. my reason why it sucks is because ... Read full review


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John Feinstein, author of many bestselling books, including Last Shot, an Edgar Award winner. He is a regular commentator for National Public Radio and Sporting News Radio, and an essayist for CBS Sports. He lives in Potomac, Maryland.

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