Gene Grossman, author of the popular 15-book series of Peter Sharp Legal Mysteries is also known for his fondness for the 'locked-room' mystery genre, and this time presents us with a new version: the 'locked-drawer' mystery.
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This book is to encourage families who may have had the experience of having children in their homes who were broken and discouraged and full of anger and felt as if they could never find love in this life time. This is for children who came from single parent homes or sometimes both parents in the home who had their intention elsewhere, who…
This is the 5th book featuring attorney Peter Sharp's 13-year-old legal ward Suzi, who once again is using her superior intellect and computer skills to try and find out how several murders could have been committed with a gun that absolutely could not have been used in the shootings.
Once again Suzi puts her knowledge about ballistics to use - the things she learned in Peter Sharp Legal Mystery #5 - ...Until Proven Innocent, when she helped her legal guardian Peter Sharp gain acquittal for his client.
She must have done a good job in that case, because that story was awarded a Global eBook First Prize in the Mystery Category... and you may feel the same way about this adventure of hers when she shows off her talents of deduction at a final 'show-down' dinner on Peter's law firm's yacht.
If you enjoy matching wits with a 13-year-old, you will enjoy this book as much as the many young readers have.