A Traitor Among Us

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Eerdmans Young Readers, 1997 - Juvenile Fiction - 133 pages
Thirteen-year-old Pieter Van Dirk is part of the Resistance movement in World War II Holland. As he takes more chances, he realizes that there's a traitor in his village--someone who would reveal his identity to the Nazis if his undercover work is discovered. The suspects multiply as the suspense increases and the stakes grow higher.
 

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This book is very badly written. It has a pretty good plot but the author did it all wrong. The young boy's romantic complications added to the story are pointless and often strange. Quite dull. Read full review

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Contents

Bent Smokes
1
Found Out
8
The Message
14
More Problems
20
A Secret Errand
27
Confrontation
33
Wheres Beppie?
40
A Mysterious Guest
48
A Matter of Trust
76
Too Much to Ask
83
A Traitor among Us
90
Everyone a Suspect
97
Hare and Hounds
105
A Desperate Decision
113
A Traitor Exposed
120
Afterword
130

The Ghost Brigade
54
A Second Message
61
A Fist against the Enemy
68
Pronunciation Guide
133
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