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After one concussion too many, Ben Leit is done as the NFL's golden boy quarterback. Then his father, who was about to expose a bombshell sports scandal, is murdered. Mimi Fitzroy, CIO for Rex Sports International, panics as she discovers thousands of stolen emails that prove Rex is breaking federal laws-big time. As Ben and Mimi work together to find a killer, they also f ...more
Paperback, 360 pages
Published March 25th 2020 by Wild Rose Press
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T.P. Warren
Mar 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This novel about a former football star whose father is murdered, was compelling and intriguing. The suspense is well done and the villain is vicious and ruthless. I loved the two main characters and everything about this book. Definitely a must read.
Jim
Apr 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Thank you B. (Barbara) DAVIS KROON for supplying me with a reading copy of TRAP PLAY. This is the author’s first mystery and, with any kind of luck for readers, not her last. The settings are primarily Phoenix, AZ; Minneapolis, MN and Seattle, WA.

The story features a retired American football player with a history of concussions. Ben Leit had been forced to retire after ten years as quarterback of the New York Football Giants after a serious concussion. His father Frank, also a retired former f
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Lily Gardner
Apr 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Most times when I read a thriller, a crazy psycho-killer preys on victims, and the story’s hero tries to save them before it’s too late. Trap Play is different. The psycho- killer, a gorgeous blond kick-boxer, former model, smart as hell woman is on a mission to become CEO of Rex Sports. The victims are our two heroes who stand in the way of her ambition. One is a former NFL player knocked out of the league from one too many concussions. The other is a tiny CIO of Rex Sports. It’s brawn plus bra ...more
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B. Davis Kroon grew up in a family of story tellers, most notably, her father’s eldest brother, Pulitzer Prize winning Oregon writer, H.L. Davis. She’s been addicted to mysteries and suspense books since her teen years.

During her senior year at university, she wrote the book and lyrics to the musical comedy, The Lady's Game. After a long career in law, she began work on a series of suspense novels
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