Theodore Boone: The Abduction

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Theodore Boone: The Abduction
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First edition cover
Author John Grisham
Country U.S.
Language English
Series Theodore Boone
Subject Fiction
Genre Legal thriller
Publication date
June 7, 2011
Media type mystery; fiction
Pages 217
Preceded by Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer
Followed by Theodore Boone: The Accused

Theodore Boone: The Abduction, written by John Grisham, is the second book in the Theodore Boone series. It is written for 11-13 year-olds. (Some strong content in this book)

Plot[edit]

Theodore Boone is perplexed when his 13 year-old best friend, April Finnemore, disappears from her bedroom in the middle of the night. No one, not even Theo—who knows April better than his small hometown, the police continue to hit dead-ends. The police think April could have been kidnapped by a distant cousin of the Finnemore family, Jack Leeper, who escaped from prison a few days before April went missing. It is up to Theo to use his legal knowledge and investigative skills to chase down the truth and save April.

Characters[edit]

  • Theodore 'Theo' Boone - The main character
  • April Finnemore - Theo's best friend
  • Marcella Boone - Theo's mother
  • Woods Boone - Theo's father
  • Jack Leeper- An escapee from a prison in California
  • May Finnemore - April's mother
  • Ike-Theo's Uncle

Sequel[edit]

References[edit]


John Grisham has written 29 novels in total, 4 of which are Theodore Boone. He was born In Arkansas on February 8th, 1955 and has a wife and two kids. His first book, "A Time To Kill," was published in 1989.