Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Five of the best YA books about crime families

Rachel Paxton is a freelance writer and semi-professional nerd.

At the B & N Teen Blog she tagged five top YA books about crime families, including:
Heist Society, by Ally Carter

Heist Society is a fast-paced adventure that isn’t afraid to address larger themes of family, friendship, and loyalty—basically, it’s everything you want in a crime family caper. Katarina’s doesn’t want any part in the family business, aka art thievery, so she scams her way into a prestigious school, only to get kicked out thanks to her friend Hale. Hale is intent on getting Kat back in the Family Business because her super-crafty thieving skills are needed to save her father, basically the only suspect in the theft of a mobster’s art collection. With the help of a motley crew of teenage art thieves, Kat must travel the globe investigating the sordid history of stolen artwork.
Read about the other entries on the list.

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