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Random House Children's Books, May 30, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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A crumbling Gothic mansion on a craggy Scottish isle.
A secret meeting among the world’s most powerful underground organizations. And lots of bad blood.Sydney’s sent by SD-6 to pose as the heiress of a former ruling family of Romania now mixed up in the black market. Except instead of collecting intelligence, something goes very wrong. One by one people end up disappearing. Gone. Vanished. When someone is found, they’re dead. Will Sydney be the prime suspect . . . or the newest victim?

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Review: Alias: Disappeared (Alias Prequel #3)

User Review  - Garrett - Goodreads

Like a fix of the show without the show, by way of Agatha Christie, and without the space to develop either the plotline fully, the characters with any depth, or Sydney's pre-show personality. Perhaps ... Read full review

Review: Alias: Disappeared (Alias Prequel #3)

User Review  - Jamie - Goodreads

The book was a really quick read. Since it was a prequel, rather than a story that took place during the events of the show, there weren't too many screw-ups (like some of the other Alias novels). Read full review

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Lynn Mason has written for series such as Sweet Valley High and Love Stories.

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