The Dead Drop (Gilda Joyce, Book 4)

The Dead Drop (Gilda Joyce, Book 4)

Jennifer Allison

Language: English

Pages: 165

ISBN: B00D5FE184

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

When Gilda lands a summer internship at the International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., she finds herself caught up in both a museum haunting and a real case of espionage. While investigating a cemetery where Abraham Lincoln?s son was once buried, Gilda stumbles upon a spy?s ?dead drop? of classified information. As she tries to decode the cryptic message, Gilda realizes her case is not only a matter of investigating the supernatural; she?s involved in an urgent matter of national security and faces her most serious challenge yet.

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something, Gilda thought. “Gilda came with me to check out a couple new acquisitions for the museum,” said Matthew. “Some pretty interesting stuff.” “Matthew,” said April, glancing in Gilda’s direction and obviously wanting her to leave the room, “can I talk with you in private for a minute?” Uh-oh, Gilda thought. He’ll never take me anywhere interesting again if he gets in trouble for it. “It’s my fault,” Gilda blurted. “I kind of begged him to take me along.” “Look, Gilda, I’m glad you got

while she was lying through her teeth to the teachers and the school principal denying her involvement in a criminal activity. The only way you can catch people like her lying is when they slip up at some point in telling their story. That’s why, if you’re interrogating someone, you have to keep asking the same question lots of different ways.” “And if you’re the one making up a cover story and a legend, you’d better know your own story really well,” said James Bond. “Exactly. Which leads us to

guess we don’t call him The Misanthrope for nothing, Gilda thought. “Listen, I have better things to do with my time than trick my spy recruits. We’re a team, and if we’re going to solve this, you have to trust what I tell you.” Agent Moscow picked up the photograph and held it gingerly between two chipped red nails. She studied it with great interest. 27 Spy Games A buzz of conversation filled the Venona Room as people wearing business attire filed in to see a lecture by Boris Volkov.

Frumpus) was offended, because the woman you targeted was at least ten years older than her and about forty pounds heavier. Sure, there was a resemblance, but act carefully and subtly until you’re sure. MISSION FIASCO: 1. Matronly lady complains to store manager that youngsters are making fun of her purchases. 2. Store manager tells recruits to leave. 3. Agent Frumpus stands in the corner eating graham crackers out of a box. She giggles as she watches the entire mission implode. OVERALL

don’t think she even owns a comb or even any makeup. As we were walking around the city, she kept combing her fingers through her hair, twisting it up in a bun, and trying to keep it in place with a ballpoint pen (which didn’t work). She’s really nice, and I think we’re going to be friends. However, she seems concerned that she’s going to have to be my babysitter all summer.(We know how wrong she is about that!) Caitlin took me on a tour of the national monuments today. Since I know you haven’t

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