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Publisher's Summary

Family Rules: Family business is family business - don’t talk about it to ANYONE.

No sneaking out. No going into Boston alone. Moxie Fleece knows the rules and follows them - that is, until the day she opens her front door to a mysterious stranger. Suddenly, Moxie drops smack into Boston’s biggest unsolved mystery: the Gardner Museum art heist. Moxie has two weeks to find the art, otherwise she - and the people she loves - will be in big-time danger.

Her tools? Her best friend, Ollie, a geocaching addict who loves to find stuff; her Alzheimer’s suffering grandfather, Grumps, who knows lots more than he lets on; and a geometry proof that she sets up to sort out the clues.

It’s a race against the clock through downtown Boston as Moxie and Ollie break every rule she’s ever lived by to find the art and save her family.

©2013 Erin Dionne (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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Awful faked Boston accent

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I would recommend the book but not the audiobook.

What didn’t you like about Amy McFadden’s performance?

She did not do a good job pretending to read in a Boston accent. What a mistake to try to fake it. I almost could not stand to continue but I liked the story enough to try to ignore the ridiculous accent.

Was Moxie and the Art of Rule Breaking worth the listening time?

Yes, I listened on 1.25 time.

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So fun!

It's hard to find a book that's engaging for both my 13 y.o. daughter and 10 y.o. son but this book is perfect! It's fast paced, clever, and a lot of fun. I enjoyed listening to it as well. We haven't found another book that interests all of us since reading Moxie...