By Gennifer Choldenko
Alcatraz Island within the Thirties isn't the main general position to develop up, yet it's domestic for Moose Flanagan, his autistic sister, Natalie, and the entire households of the guards. while Moose's dad will get promoted to affiliate Warden, regardless of being an not going candidate, it's a major deal. however the cons have some degree approach for focusing on legal staff, and his dad is now in severe probability. After a hearth starts off within the Flanagan's residence, Natalie is blamed, and Moose bands with the opposite children to trace down the prospective arsonist. Then Moose will get a cryptic word from the infamous Al Capone himself. Is Capone attempting to defend Moose's dad too? If Moose can't determine what Capone's word ability, it can be too past due.
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