Book Review: The Family Hitchcock

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The Family Hitchcock by Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett
From Miss Sheri at Plymouth and Crestview

A story of mistaken identity leads to a series of hilarious twists and turns for one family on vacation.

Despite the objections from his children, Maddy and Benji, and his wife, Rebecca, Roger Hitchcock finds a way to take a glorious family summer vacation in Paris, without spending a lot of money.

The solution?  A house swap with the Vadim family for a week.

After arriving in Paris, the Hitchcock’s quickly realize that the Vadim family may not be what they seem.  When bad guys start stalking the family and asking for the MGF, they are sucked into a world of mystery and intrigue and they have no idea why!

Now they are fighting for their lives by running over Paris rooftops, escaping from kidnappers, stealing cars and fleeing the country.  When the bad guys catch up and manage to kidnap his family, it is up to Roger to save them.

Will he manage to do it?  Who are the Vadims really?  And what on earth is the MGF?  Find out by reading the book The Family Hitchcock by Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett.

Thanks, Miss Sheri, for a great review!

Did you know that Mark and Jennifer also collaborated on writing the screenplays for the children’s films Journey to the Center of the Earth and Nim’s Island?  Now you do!

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