They told him his uncle died in a car accident. But fourteen-year-old Alex knows that's a lie, and the bullet holes in his uncle's windshield confirm his suspicions. But nothing could prepare him for the news that the uncle he always thought he knew was really a spy for MI6-Britain's top secret intelligence agency. Recruited to find his uncle's killers and complete his final mission, Alex suddenly finds himself caught in a deadly game of cat and mouse.
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Well DoneUser Review - rgessner13 - Borders
This book is an action-packed thriller which ties you into the book with all the aaction and suspense. This book is a page turner and I look forward to go buy the next book in the series, Point Blank, tommarow. Great Job by Anthony Harowitz Read full review
Way Better Then I ExpectedUser Review - ObjectiveReviewer - Borders
This book did it all. With awesome action and no expectations whatsoever as it was the first book in the series, it exceeded all expectaions and was one of, if not the best spy book geared for teens ever written. Read full review
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