The Accomplice

The Accomplice

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"When his best friend Woody is arrested--an unwitting accomplice to a robbery--Theodore Boone must work to prove his innocence"--
Publisher: New York, New York : Dutton Children's Books, ©2019.
ISBN: 9780525556268
Characteristics: 232 pages ;,22 cm.


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Jul 28, 2019

A writer as skilled as John Grisham will have no problem transcending genres. The Theodore Boone series is also legal fiction and so it is the same genre that Grisham writes; however this is for pre-teens and as such somewhat different from what he usually writes. As a Grisham fan I picked up this book and was not disappointed. Theo rushes in to help his friend who is arrested on charges of being an accomplice in an armed robbery. In the course of his defense he points out several areas of injustice in the legal system. Will justice prevail? I would hate to be a spoiler and say yes or no.

Hillsboro_ElizabethH Jul 09, 2019

I love John Grisham's "Theodore Boone" series! They are certainly a little on the juvenile side (they are Juvenile books, after all), but they do help you learn about the law and what goes on inside a courtroom. Plus, Theo is just downright cute!

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Mar 28, 2020

pilotmills thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 33


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cmlibrary_jcurrie Jul 16, 2019

Theo’s good friend Woody has been hanging around with the wrong people lately and it has gotten him into trouble. Woody and his brother Tony get arrested for armed robbery and they are waiting in jail for their bond hearing. The brothers are innocent, and they really don’t know what is happening outside of their jail cell. Theo jumps into help and does everything he can to help prove their innocence. During the process of helping his friends, Theo learns that the justice system isn’t as perfect as he once thought.


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