|Statement||by John Morgan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
The Traitor in the Tunnel is by far the best installment of The Agency series; with the character introductions and early foundation cases out of the way, Mary finally (literally) moves onwards and upwards - in the world and as an agent of The Agency - faces her past and hitherto mysterious Chinese heritage and really makes some serious /5. One of the "I Spy" series of activity books for children, focusing on the Channel Tunnel. It contains things to spot and questions to answer, for which points can be scored and badges can be won.3/5. Twins Andrew and Evie must decode clues that lead to their missing mother, a spy on the run from a gov't agency. Andrew and Evie have found Mom at last. But she had to come out of hiding to get to the twins, and now the Company is on to her aliases. Lerangis's work includes The Viper's Nest and The Sword Thief, two titles in the children's-book series The 39 Clues, the historical novel Smiler's Bones, the YA dark comedy-adventure novel wtf, the Drama Club series, the Spy X series, the Watchers series, the Abracadabra series, and the Antarctica two-book adventure, as well ghostwriting for series such as the Three Investigators, the Hardy Boys4/5.
The first book, A Spy in the House follows a young beginner agent named Mary Quinn. Miss Quinn has escaped a very harsh and tragic life on the streets (and gallows) when the Agency took her in as a student and later teacher. Upon finding out the truth of what the school does, Mary jumps at the opportunity presented to her to become an agent/5(). George Blake (born George Behar on 11 November ) is a former British spy who worked as a double agent for the Soviet became a Communist and decided to work for the KGB while a prisoner during the Korean ered in and sentenced to 42 years in prison, he escaped from Wormwood Scrubs prison in and fled to the Soviet Union. He was not one of the Alma mater: Downing College, Cambridge. A fast read with a very compelling story and authentic voice. Tunnel Vision is a fast paced science fiction novel with elements of a spy thriller. The main character is very well realized and despite the action and seriousness of his situation is able to inject humor and a /5. The eponymous Traitor in the Tunnel, truly the overarching mystery of the book, is sort of haphazardly thrown together and comes to a dissatisfying conclusion. 1 Criticism concerning the logic of the plot aside, however, The Traitor in the Tunnel is an incredibly readable book and as engaging as ever, fraught with action and danger and steeped.
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