Dangerous Play

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Pub Date Sep 17 2024 | Archive Date Oct 08 2024

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Description

From the author of Lights Out comes sports reporter Kate Green’s next harrowing story, where a famous former teammate is found murdered, and the only way to close the case is to open up old wounds.

After a tumultuous murder case that almost cost more than her job, sports reporter Kate Green is back on assignment covering women’s Olympic soccer. Between her experience with athletic stardom and days playing with Savannah Baker, head coach of the USA team, Kate is sure to get the story that will reestablish her career.

She just didn’t expect that story to involve murder.

When famous jewelry designer Alexa Kane is found dead in the locker room, Kate’s promising future screeches to a halt as her past resurfaces. Alexa played with Kate and Savannah on the U.S. Youth National Team, but there was no reason for her to be at the stadium now.

Kate’s investigation puts her in close contact with her estranged father, an NYPD detective who has his own past to answer for. As their secrets collide, Kate will have to decide which ones to keep—and which ones to reveal to stop the killer.

From the author of Lights Out comes sports reporter Kate Green’s next harrowing story, where a famous former teammate is found murdered, and the only way to close the case is to open up old wounds.

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A Note From the Publisher

Elise Hart Kipness is a television sports reporter turned crime fiction writer. Dangerous Play is based on Elise’s experience in the high-pressure, adrenaline-pumping world of live TV. Like her protagonist, Elise chased marquee athletes through the tunnels of Madison Square Garden and stood before glaring lights reporting to national audiences.

In addition to reporting for Fox Sports Network, Elise was a reporter at New York’s WNBC-TV, News 12 Long Island, and the Associated Press. She is currently copresident of Sisters in Crime Connecticut. When not writing, Elise loves reading and binge-watching thrillers, and she will fight you for the last scoop of coffee ice cream.

A graduate of Brown University, Elise has two college-age sons. Elise, her husband, and their three labradoodles split time between Key West, Florida, and Stamford, Connecticut.

Elise Hart Kipness is a television sports reporter turned crime fiction writer. Dangerous Play is based on Elise’s experience in the high-pressure, adrenaline-pumping world of live TV. Like her...


Advance Praise

“Hart Kipness knows her territory the way Messi knows the pitch. Dangerous Play is a surefire winner.” —Reed Farrel Coleman, New York Times bestselling author of Blind to Midnight

“Crime comes to the Olympics in the captivating new Kate Green thriller. With a flair for conveying the complexity of friendships, and a meticulous eye for anything sports, Elise Hart Kipness delivers another big win.” —Tessa Wegert, author of Devils at the Door

“Hart Kipness writes with impressive authority and specificity about the worlds of sports and sports reporting, and her skillful treatment of the human relationships at the heart of the mystery makes this a must-read thriller!” —Sarah Stewart Taylor, author of the Maggie D’arcy series

“Hart Kipness knows her territory the way Messi knows the pitch. Dangerous Play is a surefire winner.” —Reed Farrel Coleman, New York Times bestselling author of Blind to Midnight

“Crime comes to the...


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