Duane L. Ostler was raised in Southern Idaho, and has lived in Australia, Mexico, Brazil, China, the big Island of Hawaii, and—most foreign of all—New Jersey. He practiced law for over 10 years and has a PhD in legal history. He and his wife have five children and two cats.
on Dec. 08, 2017 :
I enjoyed the first 3 chapters, target audience is kids, a bit childish, but appropriate. 4 Stars...
Chapter 4 Mitch starts doing things, out character for himself in the first three chapters. In chapters 1-3 he does not succumb to peer pressure, nor does he interfere in the lives of people who he has no knowledge of law breaking. In chapter 4 and the part of 5 I read, he succumbs to peer pressure, and starts meddling in the lives of people who have not (to his knowledge) broken any laws.
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