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Solving crime, one facial expression at a time
Colin Fischer cannot stand to be touched. He does not like the color blue. He needs index cards to recognize facial expressions.
But when a gun is found in the school cafeteria, interrupting a female classmate's birthday celebration, Colin is the only for the investigation. It's up to him to prove that Wayne Connelly, the school bully and Colin's frequent tormenter, didn't bring the gun to school. After all, Wayne didn't have didn't have frosting on his hands, and there was white chocolate frosting found on the grip of the smoking gun....
Colin Fischer is a modern-day Sherlock Holmes, and his story - as told by the screenwriters of X-Men: First Class and Thor - is perfect for listeners who have graduated from Encyclopedia Brown and who are ready to consider the greatest mystery of all: what other people are thinking and feeling.
©2012 Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz (P)2012 Penguin Audio
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Critic Reviews

"Colin Fischer is like an alien anthropologist stranded on Earth, with no choice but to master the local social codes and try to pass as human, or perish." (Lev Grossman, New York Times best-selling author of The Magicians)
“Evok[es] Mark Haddon’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time . . . Readers will be drawn into the mystery and intrigued by Colin’s vision of the world.” (Publishers Weekly)
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By Amazon Customer on 11-17-16

love it

love it, although the footnotes can be disturbing and annoying sometimes. jesse's performance makes me feel he is collin himself.

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