Theodore Boone: The Abduction
Theodore Boone 2
By John Grisham
Following on from the bestselling Theodore Boone, John Grisham delivers high intensity legal drama for a new generation of readers.
Theodore Boone is back in a new adventure, and the stakes are higher than ever.
When his best friend, April, disappears from her bedroom in the middle of the night, no one, not even Theo Boone - who knows April better than anyone - has answers.
As fear ripples through his small hometown and the police hit dead ends, it's up to Theo to use his legal knowledge and investigative skills to chase down the truth and save April.
Filled with the page-turning suspense that made John Grisham a number one international bestseller and the undisputed master of the legal thriller, Theodore Boone's trials and triumphs will keep readers guessing until the very end.
John Grisham is the author of twenty-one novels, one work of non-fiction, and one collection of short stories. His works are translated into thirty-eight languages. He lives in Virginia and Mississippi.
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09 Jun 2011
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Hodder & Stoughton
Praise for THEODORE BOONE:
Not since Nancy Drew has a nosy, crime-obsessed kid been so hard to resist.
— The New York Times
Gripping... I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a good mystery. I think everyone will be enthralled by Theodore Boone. — Scholastic News
There's a new kid on the young fiction block, and this one really does have serious powers: Theodore Boone, half-boy, half-lawyer... fans will be pleased to know there will be more of Theo's adventures to come. — Sunday Express
If you aspire to turn your children into lawyers who will keep you in your old age, John Grisham's Theodore Boone, his first novel for young people, might be for you. — Sunday Times
Contemporary lit for young readers has its icons: Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Artemis Fowl. Make way for the new kid on the block. — USA Today
Praise for John Grisham:
Nobody does legal fiction better.
— Daily Express
A master of his craft. — Guardian