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Cover-Up: Mystery at the Super Bowl

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

Alright book

Cover up is a good book about two kids who frequently find out conspiracies in sports. Steven and Susan Carol catch Don Meeker who is covering up that all five of their linemen tested positives for steroids. I liked that they did the right thing, but its kind of far fe...
Cover up is a good book about two kids who frequently find out conspiracies in sports. Steven and Susan Carol catch Don Meeker who is covering up that all five of their linemen tested positives for steroids. I liked that they did the right thing, but its kind of far fetched in the series the way that every major sports event they go to has a some kind of conspiracy. If you like suspense or mystery books, then you might like this one.

posted by CookA47 on May 21, 2012

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

This book is about Stevie and another girl Susan Carol both are

This book is about Stevie and another girl Susan Carol both are in the 8th grade and 14.  These two are reporters but one reports for CBS and another is a TV star for USTV.
In other events they have broke big stories in basketball and tennis now they have gone to the su...
This book is about Stevie and another girl Susan Carol both are in the 8th grade and 14.  These two are reporters but one reports for CBS and another is a TV star for USTV.
In other events they have broke big stories in basketball and tennis now they have gone to the super bowl to cover the California Dreams and the Balitmore Ravens.
Yet again they have found another huge story to break like any other book this guy has written.  Don Meeker owned of the California Dreams is trying to cover up that his offensive line is on steroids and is trying to cover it up
what they don't know is who is in on this but they soon realize they're in a huge mess because of all of this their parents are made because its happened again. 
To be honest I did not enjoy this series or any of the books but i just kept reading its a awful book one of the worst books I've seen in a while its the same book in different sports there is not action i wouldn't reccomand this book unless your really in to mystery.  I liked how in the end it works out in the end like in every other book.

posted by NgoT on January 22, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2008

    Cover-Up

    Cover-up was an okay story that had its ups and downs. A problem that I found with the story did not happen until I was towards the end of the story, for me it had become a lot of aimless talking that I felt was not necessary. The story gave a lot of background was could be good or bad depending on the reader, if you are pretty familiar with sports and how drug testing occurs then it is bad. But someone who may be not as experienced as some people it could help them because it guided you through the story. Another issue that I had also found was that parts would stay at one spot for a while and then quickly breeze through other parts of the story. A good thing about the book is that it is a great concept, and idea, it was almost like an action book. There was suspense and Drama that put the whole story together. Who doesn¿t want to read about a big issue in this case steroids, which is illegal in football the day before the biggest game of all. Overall this was a great story but the background and parts leading up to it was poor that is why I gave it 3 stars.

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    Posted June 10, 2011

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