The Red Zone (1998) From Library Journal Once again, ex-Atlanta Falcon Green (Marauders, LJ 4/1/97) tells a compelling story about football, greed, and violent men. Linebacker Luther Zorn is a dangerous man, always on the edge of rage. When his team's owner, with whose wife he has been having an affair, is murdered, he's a natural suspect. But some of the evidence is clearly planted, and his reluctant lawyer, Madison McCall, though not entirely convinced of his innocence, investigates, in turn becoming a target for a crazed killer. The characters are well drawn: Luther, lured into a trap and striking out, and Madison, who can't take any case without doing it right, as obsessed with winning as Luther. This is an exciting story, well told, violent, and true to the game it centers around. Public libraries will want it. -?Marylaine Block, St. Ambrose Univ. Lib., Davenport, IA Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc.