By Ashley Edward Miller & Zack Stentz
Although the emotions of others elude him, consummate observer Colin Fischer doesn’t miss many other details. So when an innocent boy is expelled from school, this singularly logical sleuth sets out to uncover the truth in this quirky and thoroughly enjoyable mystery.
There aren’t a lot of great teen mysteries out there, so we get excited whenever one comes along. Here’s Emily’s thoughts on this book:
“Colin Fischer is a fun YA mystery that appeals to all age groups. There’s an engaging cast of characters, from Colin the modern-day Sherlock Holmes, Danny the angry and attention-deprived little brother, their parents who want to help Colin but sometime get frustrated, even Wayne, who turns out not to be so bad. The book is funny, fast-paced and sprinkled with footnotes. If you’re looking for a laugh and a quick read, check out this book.”
For the rest of Emily’s review, see our Teen Press Corps site.