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Theodore Boone: The Abduction is the second title in the Theodore Boone series for children, written by John Grisham.
Summary of the Book
Theodore Boone is back for a new adventure. This time, he is baffled when April Finnemore, his 13 year-old best friend, vanishes from her bedroom in the middle of a night. The police are unable to find any sort of clue, and suspect that April might have been abducted by a distant cousin called Jack Leeper, who escaped from a prison a few days before she went missing. Will Theo be able to use his legal knowledge and investigative skills to sort everything out and find April?
About John Grisham
John Grisham is an American novelist, lawyer and politician. His books: A Time to Kill, The Client, The Runaway Jury, The Pelican Brief, A Painted House, The Chamber, The Rainmaker and Skipping Christmas have been made into movies. A graduate of Delta State University in Cleveland, Grisham practiced law for about a decade. Grisham has carved a niche for himself as a writer of legal thrillers, and he often creates courtroom settings and makes them comprehensible and fascinating for the layman.
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton|
|Number of Pages||256 Pages|
|Publication Year||2012 March|
|Height||7.01 Inches (US)|
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Aug 28, 2011
Waste of timeThis book seems to be written by a confused kid. It is absolutely disappointing. I won't waste money on his next book.
Apr 20, 2012
NOT TYPICAL GRISHAMTheo's girlfriend dissappears, whether she was abducted or did she willingly go with her drunkard/rock band member father.
Dec 3, 2011
Smart Kid ... Glory Continuesboy with keen interest in law and order and unique style of solving his friends problems... Theodore is one Special Child who helps his county's person with their problems with law... book is like EASY GOING and FEEL GOOD kind... Simple John Grisham's legal thriller
Jan 2, 2013
yet another awesome one by grishamthe book is just simply awesome but still not as good as other books of grisham but is still an interesting one to read.the book was delivered on time but a slight tear on the top and the cover page. but is all very nice and i'll say it again that it is all awesome but if one wants to buy it ,he should be a grisham fan otherwise it isnt worth buying for him as it will seam useless to him
Oct 9, 2012
BIG LETDOWN!!No storyline whatsoever, a book for teenagers perhaps. Taken for a ride seeing Grisham as the author.