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This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. It does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve it by citing reliable sources. Tagged since December 2010. It may contain original research or unverifiable claims. Tagged since January 2011. It may require copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone, or spelling. Tagged since December 2010. On the Run The logo featured on every book in the series. Chasing the Falconers The Fugitive Factor Now You See Them, Now You Don't The Stowaway Solution Public Enemies Hunting the Hunter Author Gordon Korman Country United States Language English Genre Adventure Children's fiction Publisher Scholastic Published 2005-2006 Media type Print (paperback) Followed by Kidnapped On the Run is a series of children's novels written by Gordon Korman that tells a story about two children who try to clear their parents' names while on the run from the authorities themselves. The series has six books in total and was published in 2005 through 2006. The series also has a sequel series entitled Kidnapped, which follows the children after this series. Contents 1 Books 2 Characters 2.1 Aiden Falconer 2.2 Margaret Falconer 2.3 Miguel Reyes 2.4 Emmanuel Harris 2.5 Dr. John Falconer 2.6 Dr. Louise Falconer 2.7 Frank Lindenauer 2.8 Hairless Joe 3 External links Books Chasing the Falconers— Aiden and Meg Falconer escape from Sunnydale juvenile detention farm to prove their parents are innocent by finding their Uncle Frank Lindenaur. The Fugitive Factor—The Falconers talk to Frank Lindenaur's former girlfriend, but Meg is captured and thrown in jail. Now You See Them, Now You Don't—Aiden and Meg fly to Los Angeles and receive help from a street gang. The Stowaway Solution—The siblings stowaway on a ship to get closer to Frank Lindenaur. Public Enemies—The Falconers discover that Hairless Joe, who has been routinely trying to kill them, is Frank Lindenaur. Hunting the Hunter—The Falconers track down Hairless Joe to free their parents. Characters Aiden Falconer Aiden Falconer is 15 years old. When both Aiden's sister Meg and him end up at Sunnydale Farm, "a minimum-security juvenile detention facility", Aiden is not very happy with the arrangement at Sunnydale, but he decides to tolerate it because he wants to be strong for Meg. He ends up accidentally burning it down. Even though he does not want to admit it to himself, he wonders sometimes if his parents really are guilty. He has brown hair and brown eyes. In many cases, he goes by the name "Gary Graham", a mixture of a convict at Sunnydale farm and Louise Falconer's maiden name. Margaret Falconer Margaret Falconer is 11 years old and sister of Aiden Falconer. She perfers to be called "Meg". Meg is very determined once she sets her mind on something. Meg only sees the good in things and is positive that her parents are innocent and that they were framed. She is better at thinking on her feet than her brother, which has helped the two Falconer siblings through plenty of sticky situations. Miguel Reyes A convict who lives at Sunnydale Farm, known for being in juvie multiple times, most recent being for manslaughter. Miguel pushed (unknown whether it was accidentally or purposely) his (possibly abusive) stepfather down the stairs. He is mostly a minor character in the first book, in which he becomes an unlikely ally for Aiden and Meg, providing them with much knowledge on how to be a fugitive. When Meg and Aiden are sent to a high security prison in book six, it's shown that Miguel Reyes was sent there after he left the hospital. He is originally a bully towards Aiden in book one, but later Aiden considers him to be his best friend. He is captured near the end of book one when Hairless Joe mistakens him for Aiden. Emmanuel Harris Harris is the FBI agent who cracked open the case of the Falconers. He was promoted and given much praise for his success in the case. However, he lives with much guilt that he might have put the wrong people in prison. He also attempts to hunt down the Falconer kids because he feels it is his fault that they became fugitives in the first place. He is 6' 7" and has an addiction to coffee. Meg's nickname for him is "J. Edgar Giraffe". People sometimes question him whether he really works for the FBI, saying he looked more like an NBA player due to his height. At the end of the series, Aiden's employer, a farmer named Zephraim Turnbull shoots Harris, thinking he is Hairless Joe and the Falconers believe he is dead. At the end of the series he returns alive and takes Aiden and Meg from prison to their parents... Dr. John Falconer John Falconer is the father of Aiden and Meg Falconer and the husband of Louise Falconer. He and his wife were both convicted of betraying their country by giving confidential information to terrorists. He also writes detective novels about a man named Mac Mulvey. Though John does not know it, Mac's stunts are duplicated by his children throughout the series, saving their lives many times. In the Kidnapped series John has to help find Meg. Dr. Louise Falconer Louise Falconer is the mother of Aiden and Meg Falconer and the wife of John Falconer. Both she and her husband were respected criminologists before the terrorist incident occurred. Her frequent flyer miles save the kids in numerous occasions, before the FBI begins tracking it. Frank Lindenauer Frank Lindenauer is the main antagonist of the series. He was the mysterious CIA handler of John and Louise Falconer. He was a good family friend of the Falconers back when Aiden and Meg were very young. Once the Falconers were accused of helping terrorists, however, he seemed to have disappeared off the face of the earth, as all the Falconer's lawyers attempted to find him, but they failed. At the end of book 5, Aiden states that he is "Hairless Joe." Frank's real name is Terrence Mackenzie who went rogue against the CIA after he was threatened to be fired. He is shot to death at the end of the series. Hairless Joe A bald assassin who is first introduced at the end of book one; he is nicknamed by Miguel. He is considered a "bald psyco" until Aiden and Meg figure out toward the end of book five that he is really their uncle Frank, who holds the key to getting their parents out of prison. In each of the first five books he plots to kill the Falconers but is outsmarted. However, in the last book they seek him out to discover the truth about their parents. External links On the Run on the Scholastic website. Gordon Korman's Website