Grosvenor House publishes exciting new spy novel titled "The Most Dangerous Spy" by Sharon Edwards
By: New Generation Publishing
Grosvenor House publishes exciting new YA spy novel entitled "The Most Dangerous Spy" by Sharon Edwards
Set in the industrial town of Orethorpe
About the Book:
Nancy Brown is an ordinary girl living in the industrial town of Orethorpe at the outbreak of the Second World War. Her life suddenly changes when she is told to report to the mysterious Megg House, and soon she finds herself caught up in a top-secret operation to find German spies operating in the town.
Seventy years later Arthur Lane is living in Orethorpe. By chance, he strikes up a friendship with an elderly man, Mr Smith. When a newspaper reporter turns up asking to interview Mr Smith about his role in the war, Arthur learns that Mr Smith has a deep secret. Can he discover what it is?
"The Most Dangerous Spy" switches between 1940, when a careless word can leave lives in peril, and 2010, when once-deadly knowledge - including the identity of 'the most dangerous spy of all' - can remain secret no longer.
About the Author:
Sharon Edwards works for the BBC. Her novel is aimed at 9-13 year-olds and is mainly set in the Second World War, although there is also a modern-day story that weaves through the novel. The two storylines come together at the end. The book is set in a Midlands industrial town in the UK where a young girl is recruited to help find German undercover agents in the town. She visits Bletchley Park as her intercepts end up there for decoding.
"The Most Dangerous Spy" by Sharon Edwards is available in paperback from Amazon at:
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Press/Media Contact Details:
New Generation Publishing
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