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Spies, Double Agents, and Traitors

Series: The Secret World of Spies

By Susan K. Mitchell

Imagine going on dangerous missions like James Bond? Well, real-life spies risk their lives everyday. They will do almost anything to get the job done. But not all spies are heroes. Double agents will even betray their own country to complete their tasks. If caught, the punishment can be death. Author Susan K. Mitchell explores the dangerous lives of spies.

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Library Ed.978-0-7660-3711-3$25.27$18.95
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Reviews

"Children curious about spying will find this an appealing book."

Southern Maine Library District, October 31, 2012

"Middle grade reluctant readers will enjoy delving into this world."

Garland Independent School District, May 12, 2013

"It is a fun book to read and the photographs of the real spies and actual letters pertaining to cases are interesting."

Richardson Independent School District, October 26, 2011

"Well done and lots of fun!!"

Essex County Association of School Librarians, October 2011

". . . these titles provide abundant information for young intelligence gatherers."

The Horn Book Guide, Spring 2012

"Mitchell has done the secret world of espionage justice with these titles . . . Easy-to-read, informative titles."

School Library Journal, March 2012

". . . a well written book about spying and double agents."

South Sound Book Review Council, January 27, 2012

"By telling the tales of double agents Mitchell touches on a fascinating aspect of spying. Men and women who led double lives had to develop sophisticated cover stories, drop boxes, and persuasion tools. Such lives seem almost fictional but, as Susan K. Mitchell shows in this fine book, they have and continue to occur."

Children's Literature

"Very appealing topic for middle schoolers – especially reluctant readers."

Denver Public Schools, December 12, 2011

"Young people interested in international espionage will eagerly read this book as well as others in the series."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, November 2011

"This series will entice even the most reluctant reader."

Library Media Connection, January-February 2012

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