I’D TELL YOU I LOVE YOU, BUT THEN I’D HAVE TO KILL YOU by Ally Carter

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Move over Alex Rider(see STORMBREAKER), meet Cameron, Cammie, Morgan, daughter of two professional spies. Since it is in her blood, Cammie attends the Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women, a fairly typical all-girls school to the rest of the world, but behind its gates it is a school for spies. The students are taught the martial arts in physical education, study chemical warfare in chemistry and everyone is fluent in many, many languages. Cammie is fluent in fourteen, and her martial art training has enabled her to kill in seven different ways.
The students, for the most part, are geniuses or unusually smart, but they are also teenage girls. So an accidental meeting with a cute boy from the local town sends Cammie and her friends on a covert mission. They manage to tap his phone, hack into his email and examine the family’s garbage. Cammie has never had a boyfriend; she doesn’t even know how to talk to them. Is it possible that a genius studying to be a spy, fall a regular boy?
This is a fun read to a rainy Saturday afternoon for girls in grades 7 to 10. According to the jacket cover Ally Carter is hard at work on her next Gallagher Academy Girls adventure.
Submitted by Mrs. Jackson
Head of Young Adult Services

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