Spies and Lies

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Spies and Lies is a 1992 Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys super mystery novel, written by Tracey West.


Nancy Drew goes undercover as a rookie in the infamous Quantico, Virginia FBI Academy, serving Judy Noll, the daughter of a powerful political figure. She is immediately in danger when her roommate turns up dead, and also when she is revealed to be the mark of a madman. Nancy lays herself a trap, with herself as the bait! The Hardys are also posing as trainees at the bureau, but undercover, trying to foil a scheme involving a corporate rivalry, a twisted plot, a FBI double agent, a stained integrity, and a murderer bent on destruction.

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