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Cross my heart, and hope to spy / Ally Carter.

By: Carter, Ally.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Carter, Ally. Gallagher girls: no. 2.; Gallagher girls: no. 2 Carter, Ally. Gallagher girls no. 2.; Gallagher girls: #2.; Gallagher girls: no. 2.; Carter, Ally. Gallagher girls: 02.; The Gallagher girls: 2; Gallagher girls: 2.; Gallagher girls: no. 2.; The Gallagher girls: Publisher: Sydney, N.S.W. : Hachette Livre Australia, 2008Description: 236 pages ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780734410801 (pbk.); 0734410808 (pbk.).Subject(s): Spies -- Juvenile fiction | Espionage -- Juvenile fiction | Boarding schools -- Juvenile fiction | Man-woman relationships -- Juvenile fiction | Spies -- Fiction | Espionage -- Fiction | Boarding schools -- Fiction | Man-woman relationships -- Fiction | Young adult fiction | Spies -- Teenage fiction | Espionage -- Teenage fiction | Boarding schools -- Teenage fiction | Man-woman relationships -- Teenage fiction | Spies -- Teen fiction | Espionage -- Teen fiction | Boarding schools -- Teen fiction | Man-woman relationships -- Teen fictionGenre/Form: Young adult fiction. | Teen fiction.DDC classification: 813.6
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"Cammie Morgan may be a spy-in-training with a genius IQ, but there are still lots of things she doesn't know. Like, does her ex-boyfriend even remember she exists? And why is her mother acting so strangely?"--Provided by publisher.
Summary: "Cammie Morgan may be a spy-in-training with a genius IQ, but there are still lots of things she doesn't know. Like, does her ex-boyfriend even remember she exists? And why is her mother acting so strangely?"--Provided by publisher.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Cammie Morgan may be a spy-in-training with a genius IQ, but there are still a lot of things she doesn't know. Like, does her ex-boyfriend even remember she exists? and why is her mother acting so strangely?This semester at Gallgher Academy, Cammie just wants to lie low, but danger seems to follow her everywhere. When the principal plays host to some mysterious guests - code name: Blackthorne - she is blamed for a security breach that leaves the school at risk.Cammie and her friends are determined to clear her name, but this time the targets are tougher (and hotter), and the stakes for Cammie's heart - and her beloved school - are even higher.More information, competitions, newsletter subscription and more at www.thegallaghergirls.com

"Cammie Morgan may be a spy-in-training with a genius IQ, but there are still lots of things she doesn't know. Like, does her ex-boyfriend even remember she exists? And why is her mother acting so strangely?"--Provided by publisher.

"Cammie Morgan may be a spy-in-training with a genius IQ, but there are still lots of things she doesn't know. Like, does her ex-boyfriend even remember she exists? And why is her mother acting so strangely?"--Provided by publisher.

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Publishers Weekly Review

Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy by Ally Carter arrives as the sequel to I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You. When teenage spy-in-training Cammie Morgan is made the scapegoat for a major security breach at the Gallagher Academy, she and her fellow Gallagher Girls infiltrate the most secret parts of their school to uncover a deepening plot. (Hyperion, $16.99 240p ages 11-up ISBN 9781-4231-0005-8; Oct.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved

School Library Journal Review

Gr 6-9-In this sequel to I'd Tell You I Love You, but Then I'd Have to Kill You (Hyperion, 2006), Cameron Morgan is still a sophomore at Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women (otherwise known as a spy training ground). Still reeling from the end of her short-lived relationship with non-spy Josh, she is shocked to learn that her school will soon be infiltrated by male students from Blackthorne, a spy school for boys. The Gallagher girls are thrown for a loop and begin acting like normal teens, except that they know of more than one use for a curling iron. Despite the constant reminder that these girls don't know much about boys, the characters still succeed in keeping readers interested in the unexpected "missions" around every turn. Purchase this one for fans of the first book.-Sarah Krygier, Solano County Library, Fairfield, CA (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.