From tracking down her best friend, who’s nowhere to be found, to secretly helping her attorney father solve a missing-person case, Madison Kincaid is a busy seventh-grade sleuth. Teaming up with new classmate Jake, she hits the sidewalks of Portland, Oregon, determined to find out what’s behind two mysterious vanishing acts.
In his first book for young readers, New York Times bestselling author Phillip Margolin and his daughter, Ami Margolin Rome, deliver a fast-paced, compelling mystery that’s perfect for reluctant readers and sure to appeal to fans of Masterpiece, The Calder Game, and Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer.
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Review: Vanishing ActsUser Review - Linda - Goodreads
This is the first book, and apparently the only one, written by mystery writer Philip Margolin and his daughter Ami Margolin Rome. It's also his first (and only?) one written for children. I liked it ... Read full review
Review: Vanishing ActsUser Review - Mary Ann - Goodreads
This reminds me a bit of the series of books by John Grisham and his hero Theodore Boone. The daughter of a lawyer is entering middle school and missing her BFF who has mysteriously disappeared. Her ... Read full review