Mac and Vince have taken down their shingle in the fourth stall of the bathroom for good. As they start seventh grade, they enjoy their retirement from solving everybody's problems. Jimmy Two-Tone has offered a fifteen percent cut to take over their successful business and all they have to do is sit back and collect their pay.
t's not enough that their old nemesis, Staples, is back in town trying to cozy up to them so he can prove he's capable of taking over custody of his sister. It gets worse when all havoc breaks loose at their middle school. Mac and Vince try to get to the bottom of it and in doing so, uncover a plot to take down their school by Kinko, a third grade crime boss in the next town over. Will Mac and Vince have what it takes to stop the organized crime ring?
A fitting conclusion to The Fourth Stall Trilogy. The witty humor carries part III in story that fans of the protagonist, Mac, might find a let-down compared to the previous installments. However, the hilarious quotes from Vince's grandma always balances out any disappointment in they story line. Fans of The Fourth Stall still won't want to miss this. Good to Recommended for the the budding crime novel enthusiast.
Publisher: Waldon Pond Press (Feb. 2013)
ISBN 13: 978-0062120052
Pages: 304 hardcover
Ages: 8 and up
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**I received an ARC copy of this book from the publisher for review purposes only. ARC copies have no monetary value and in no way does receiving a review copy influence my reviews. No monetary compensation was received.