First and foremost this is Book #3 in a series by John Grisham. Read the first and second books first before you read this book.
I failed to understand that I needed to read Book #2, before reading this book, and I was confused in a couple of places, as the author spoke of events that I should have read in Book #2.
That being said, I enjoyed reading this book and although it is a book written for an adolecent audicence, I enjoyed it anyway.
I intend to pass this set of books on to my grandsons, so it is best that I read them first before passing them on to my grandsons.
John Grisham does an exceptional job of grabbing your attention and keeping it while reading this book.
The trail of evidence in this book takes a few twists and turns, but anyone over 12 years of age will be able to follow it without incident.
Nice easy to follow, enjoyable and fun book to read. Your children and grandchildren will love it.
Best one yet. Great story which will appeal to children or adults.
Another entertaining legal mystery for Young (and old) Adults. In this one, Theodore is in trouble with the police and no one has any idea why he became their prime suspect. Fortunately, his friends and uncle combine to help him out of the jam.
Sometimes, it helps to help the law a bit.