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Book/Author’s Spotlight: Double Vision: #3 The Alisa Men.



In the third installment of F. T. Bradley’s madcap spy series, troublemaker Linc Baker must infiltrate the set of a Hollywood blockbuster in order to thwart a plan for worldwide destruction.

Linc thought his undercover junior-spy days were behind him, with tons of boring studying ahead of him, but when supersecret government agency Pandora wants his help, he doesn’t exactly have a choice. Sinister thief Ethan Melais is on the loose in Tinseltown, and it’s up to Linc to find him.

While on the job, Linc is snagged by a famous director to star in his movie. Add in “trying to impress the cute Hollywood starlet Savannah Stone” to Linc’s to-do list and this mission has suddenly become even more complicated. Linc’s look-alike agent nemesis, Ben Green, is also trying to stop Melais, but time is running out, and Linc can’t let Ben have all the fun!

With high-stakes spy adventure, Hollywood allure, and plenty of twelve-year-old snark, The Alias Men is arguably the most entertaining book in the series that ALA Booklist raves is “hilarious” and “authentic.”





About the Author: F.T. (Fleur) Bradley is the author of the Double Vision trilogy (Harper Children’s), a series of fun spy mysteries for middle-grade readers that School Library Journal calls “a must-read for mystery fans, including reluctant readers.” She lives in Colorado Springs with her husband, two daughters and entirely too many cats.

For more information on F.T. and her books, visit or follow her on Twitter. She likes to make new friends.


Mymcbooks Interview F.T. Bradley, Author of Double Vision.


July 18, 2016 - Posted by | Author and Book Spotlight, HarperCollins Book Review | , , , , , , , , , ,

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