Furious Jones and the Assassin’s Secret by Tim Kehoe

BANG!  BANG!  BANG!  And just after these three explosions, Furious’s dad is down on the stage floor...dead.  If you are the type of person who loves novels that include mystery, suspense, and thriller, this is the perfect book for you.  Furious Jones is a twelve-year-old son of a world-famous thriller writer Robert Jones but his novels aren’t just any novel.  They contain real secrets about the world which lead Jones to meet many new people and his own parent’s killers.  Every page turn gives you a new thing to gasp about making your jaw drop to the floor.  As soon as you think you have the mystery solved, you get proved wrong making you more and more absorbed in the book, not wanting to put it down.  How would you feel if most if not every person you got close to or loved disappeared or even worse, got killed?  How would you feel that it was your responsibility who got hurt next since your parents are dead, the only ones who had the secrets and possible answers on how to save the people, the next targets, meaning that you now have the secrets to yourself?  Would you be able to handle knowing that every person you asked help from was basically getting them involved in this life-or-death adventure?  Would you be able to handle the guilt, the fear, the pressure?  Would you be able to face the killer that ruined everyone’s lives, including yours?  Would you be able to know who the people in charge of these catastrophes are but not know how to get to them right away?   Whatever your answer may be, read Furious Jones and the Assassin’s Secret by Tim Kehoe to find out how Furious dealt with all of this and how his loved ones died.  Read this book if you also love books that make you feel like you are watching a movie and are great to envision.  There’s no other book like it, action-packed, mysterious, suspenseful, thrilling, and absolutely jaw-dropping leaving you with a series of questions eager to be answered.  Don’t waste any more time, get to it!

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