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By Ally Carter

Celebrate the tenth anniversary of the long island Times best-selling Gallagher ladies sequence with this re-creation, featuring an specific new epilogue from best friend Carter!

Cammie Morgan is a pupil on the Gallagher Academy for unprecedented younger ladies, a pretty normal all-girls school-that is, if each college taught complicated martial arts in PE and the most recent in chemical battle in technological know-how, and scholars got additional credits for breaking CIA codes in laptop category. The Gallagher Academy may perhaps declare to be a college for geniuses yet it truly is relatively a college for spies.

Even even though Cammie is fluent in fourteen languages and in a position to killing a guy in seven other ways, she has no inspiration what to do whilst she meets a typical boy who thinks she's a standard woman. yes, she will faucet his cell, hack into his computing device, or music him via city with the ability of a true "pavement artist"-but can she maneuver a courting with anyone who can by no means recognize the reality approximately her?

Cammie Morgan will be an elite spy-in-training, yet in her sophomore 12 months, she's on her most threatening mission-falling in love.

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