Max Finder Mystery Collected Casebook, Volume 1

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Owlkids, Mar 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 94 pages
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Max Finder is a self-described fact collector — the more obscure, the better. There’s nothing the brainy 12-year-old likes better than to apply his talent for trivia to solving mysteries. But even with his growing reputation as a junior Sam Spade, Max still relies on his best friend and partner in crime, the spunky Alison Santos, to help crack each of his cases. In this exciting collection, Max and Alison also need the help of the reader to solve ten puzzling crimes. From a stereo-smashing hooligan to a mysterious art attack to the White Pine Werewolf, each case is crammed with clues, stuffed with suspects, and riddled with red herrings. Budding sleuths can hone their crime-solving skills by cracking message mix-ups, unscrambling suspect’s names, and deciphering fishy warnings. The solutions are in the back of the book — but real detectives never peek.

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User Review  - Rachel - Goodreads

This is a mystery series where all the clues are presented to you concisely. There is little story continuity between panels, for each case focuses exclusively on relative information, and events. The ... Read full review

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short graphic mystery, shows you all the clues and solves the case. Read full review

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About the author (2009)

From chapter books to comic strips, Liam O'Donnell writes fiction and non-fiction for young readers. He is the author of the popular Max Finder Mysteries. Liam lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Michael Cho is an artist, designer and illustrator living in Toronto. He designs Web sites, books, posters, storyboards, trading cards and CD covers.