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The Kidnappers : A Mystery

by Willo Davis Roberts

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It's a mistake to earn the reputation of being a liar.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689813937, Paperback)

"I didn't like Willie Groves, but I didn't hate him enough to want someone to kidnap him."

Famous last words. Joey Bishop soon finds himself face-to-face with the kidnappers himself (as well as his archenemy) in this fast-paced, urban story that will leave you panting for your next breath.

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No one believes eleven-year-old Joey, who has a reputation for telling tall tales, when he claims to have witnessed the kidnapping of the class bully outside their expensive New York City private school.

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