Code of Silence: Living a Lie Comes with a Price - eBook  -     By: Tim Shoemaker
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Code of Silence: Living a Lie Comes with a Price - eBook

Zonderkidz / 2012 / ePub

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Zonderkidz
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9780310726524
ISBN-13: 9780310726524
UPC: 025986726522
Availability: In Stock
Ages: 9-12

Publisher's Description

When three friends witness a gruesome murder where the killers are dressed as policemen, Cooper, Gordy, and Hiro are left questioning whom to trust. Is telling the truth always the right thing to do, or in the interest of protecting yourself, is it okay to lie or withhold the truth?

Author Bio

Tim Shoemaker is a speaker and author of eight books, including Dangerous Devotions for Guys; Smashed Tomatoes, Bottle Rockets, and Other Outdoor Devotionals; Mashed Potatoes, Paint Balls, and Other Indoor/Outdoor Devotionals. He has three grown sons and has been happily married for over thirty-two years. Tim actively serves in his church and continues to volunteer with youth ministry. Visit www.TimShoemakerSmashedTomatoes.com to learn more.

Editorial Reviews

'Some will find Shoemaker’s covering of every angle too exhaustive, but it is just this meticulousness that makes this novel stand apart. Rarely are kids in thrillers portrayed this realistically: sick with worry, horrified by injury, and smart but not preternaturally so. Mentions of multiple characters’ Christianity feel shoehorned in, but that doesn’t take away from this deliberate, plausible, and gritty whodunit.'- Daniel Kraus, Booklist Review -- 'Some will find Shoemaker’s covering of every angle too exhaustive, but it is just this meticulousness that makes this novel stand apart. Rarely are kids in thrillers portrayed this realistically: sick with worry, horrified by injury, and smart but not preternaturally so. Mentions of multiple characters’ Christianity feel shoehorned in, but that doesn’t take away from this deliberate, plausible, and gritty whodunit.'- Daniel Kraus, Booklist Review

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