Librarian Recommended Reads: Theodore Boone: The Fugitive by John Grisham

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The Fugitive  is number 5 in the Theodore Boone series.

Yes, Theodore Boone the precocious thirteen year old lawyer is at it again. One cannot help but gravitate towards this kind lovable character as he sets out to help and advise all whom venture into his path.

Whilst on a school outing with his 8th grade class Theodore spots a face that sets off an alarm. Theodore is sure that the face belonged to Pete Duffy a murderer who disappeared before he could be brought to justice. Theodore was responsible for Duffy’s demise and knows that Duffy will try and seek revenge now that he knows who and where Theodore is.

Prepare to be captivated by the endearing exploits of this nosey man child as he devises ingenious ways to recapture Duffy.

Another typically witty and well researched novel from John Grisham.

Read by Mako

Reserve Theodore Boone: The Fugitive here


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