After confessing to sportswriter Ed Buck that organized crime is involved in manipulating NFL games, the Chicago Bears star quarterback dies suddenly on the field and Buck becomes a target of the mob.
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"This is the best football book written by a wild-eyed author since Pete Gent wrote North Dallas Forty. A wonderful piece of entertainment." --Dick Schapp, ESPNAbout the Author:
Dave Klein retired as sports reporter for The Newark Star-Ledger in 1995.
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