Book Review: Jack Hunter the French Connection
Jack Hunter the French Connection by Martin King
About the Book: Jack is a typical twelve year old boy. In fact his life could not be any better. A local celebrity, captain of the school football team and getting ready for his first holiday abroad with best friends, Martin, Holly, BT and Jules.
Suddenly Jack and his friends find themselves caught up in the middle of a robbery. Nothing is what it seems.
What have Russian gangsters, stolen jewels, historical secrets and a famous movie star all got in common?
Can you solve the riddle of …The French Connection?
My Review: Author Martin King is back with another adventure with Jack Hunter. This time Jack Hunter is getting ready for his first holiday abroad with best friends, Martin, Holly, BT and Jules.
Soon as they board the ferry for Calais strange things started to happen. While on the ferry, something valuable was stolen.
Jack and his friend must now solve the clues and unravel the mystery behind the Russian gangsters, the stolen jewels, a famous movie star and the world’s most notorious criminal mastermind.
Again, another interesting read for young boys and girls.
Disclaimer: As per FTC guidelines, I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. I received no monetary compensation. All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.
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