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Euro Spies (Paperback)

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Could you be a Euro Spy? Try to solve the cryptic clues as you read along in a race against the clock!

Samia, Ava and Frankie are thrilled to win a whirlwind trip of European capital cities. But when the Euro Metro rumbles through the night to their first destination and shots are fired, it becomes crystal clear that this is no ordinary school trip.

Their enigmatic chaperone, Miss Watson, is forced to admit that the children are being used as cover for a spying mission. Her colleague in M16 has vanished-presumed dead-and has left behind a trail of cryptic clues leading to vital information.

On their arrival in Paris, Samia, Ava and Frankie are catapulted into a world of art, espionage and terrible danger. Can the children solve the fiendish clues hidden on famous European landmarks and avoid the scary strangers who are stalking their every move?

Children'sFiction & true storiesAdventure storiesCrime & mystery fictionChildren'sGeneral non-fictionPeople & places Publisher: Cranachan Publishing Limited Publication Date: 20/04/2023 ISBN-13: 9781911279549  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Lindsay Littleson won the Kelpies Prize for her first children's novel The Mixed-Up Summer of Lily McLean, (Floris, 2014) which was followed by the sequel, The Awkward Autumn of Lily McLean, (Floris, 2017). Guardians of the Wild Unicorns (Floris, 2019) was nominated for the 2020 CILIP Carnegie Medal. In 2015 her WW1 novel Shell Hole was shortlisted for the Dundee Great War Children's Book Prize. Her best-selling The Titanic Detective Agency (Cranachan, 2019) regularly tops the Amazon charts in its category. The Rewilders (Cranachan, 2022) and Euro Spies (Cranachan 2023) are Lindsay's seventh and eighth children's novels respectively. Lindsay Littleson lives with her partner Ian and their very noisy cat in Uplawmoor, a small village near Glasgow. Lindsay is an ex-primary teacher who now writes full-time, when she is not drinking tea and eating chocolate biscuits (both remarkably time-consuming activities). Website: Twitter @ljlittleson Instagram: @lindsaylittleson

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