Eleven year old Sean is in search of the truth. Someone murdered his father, Special Agent Max Gray, and the FBI has officially closed the case. Now it is up to him to find out who was to blame.
While investigating online, Sean stumbles upon a mysterious connection between his father and that new girl in his class.
Now Sean has two puzzles to solve.
What really happened to his dad and what does Carly have to do with it? In the face of danger, Sean sets aside his fear and finds the courage, compassion, and conviction to “follow the evidence.”
Eisenstein chooses words that evoke the wide span of emotions that run through a sixth grader’s mind. She keeps readers in suspense on every page. Can Sean stop a bully’s taunts? Can he save Carly? Will he clear his father’s good name? Will he be killed in the process?
Fourth, fifth and sixth graders like my granddaughter, Kirstyn, will love this book. She hated to put the book down.
Your book came in the mail today! I read it from cover to cover and LOVED it!
I spent this evening reading your book. Great work. I hope it finds its way into every school library. Keep writing- I’m ready to read the next one!
Got it today and read it in 2 hours. Couldn’t put it down. FANTASTIC!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hi Ann, I have been meaning to tell you that I finished your book and I really enjoyed it. It may have been geared toward a much younger reader but I liked reading it, also. Looking forward to the next one.
I like it alot! The reason is because of the advanced words. And the scenes had so much tension. I think 4th, 5th, and 6th graders should read this!