The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers Book 3: The Dead of Night

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Scholastic Inc., Mar 6, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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The third book in the CAHILLS VS. VESPERS series, the follow up to the worldwide bestseller THE 39 CLUES. The Vespers have crossed a line. Amy and Dan were devastated when the Vespers kidnapped seven Cahills around the world, holding them hostage until Amy and Dan delivered an impossible ransom. But at least the hostages were Cahills - members of the world's most powerful family, trained to face all odds. Now the Vespers have gone too far. They've kidnapped Atticus, an innocent 11 year old boy and Dan's only friend. Now Dan and Amy are in the struggle of their lives. Because if they can't outwit the Vespers, the unthinkable will happen . . . Atticus will die.
 

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User Review  - dk_phoenix - LibraryThing

The saga of the Cahills continues! This installment seems stronger than Lerangis' offerings in the first 39 Clues series, but I'm wondering if that's because he's more comfortable with the characters ... Read full review

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User Review  - VirginiaGill - LibraryThing

It still makes me smile that every person I know who reads this series is an adult, not a child. Whether its Peter Lerangis or any of the other authors every book has been a great read. The Dead of Night is no exception...16 books in and I still bounce with excitement over each new addition. Read full review

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Peter Lerangis was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1955. He graduated from Harvard University with a degree in biochemistry. He moved to New York and began working as an actor in musical theater and a freelance copy editor, before becoming a full-time author. He wrote the award-winning six-book sci-fi/mystery series Watchers, and the two-book survival epic, Antarctica. His recent works include the novels WTF and Somebody, Please Tell Me Who I Am, which won the ALA 2012 Scheinder award, as well as the series, The 39 Clues and Seven Wonders. His title Lost in Babylon made The New York Times Best Seller List for 2013 and Tomb of Shadows made the list in 2014.

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