The Super Spies and the High School Bomber by Lisa Orchard

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Story: We first met The Super Spies in Lisa’s first book The Super Spies and the Cat Lady Killer. This book starts off with a bang. No really with a bang when there is a bombing at the high school. Now Uncle Walt who was at a faculty meeting in the high school at the time the bomb went off, is now missing. Sarah gathers up her sister and two best friends to investigate the case. It becomes dangerous for The Super Spies when they go out in search for clues and information. Sarah starts to suspect that the bombing might have something to do with the disappearance of her parents. Can The Super Spies find out who the bomber is before he does it again?

Our rating 5 out of 5 blasting stars

Review: Once again Lisa writes a story that will keep you turning pages to find out what will happen next. The second book in this series is actually better than the first, which many times is not the case in book series. Sarah, her sister Lacey, and her two friends Jackie & Scott are wonderful characters that will have you routing for them. We loved how the police and the FBI worked with The Super Spies this time around. It made the storyline even better. Lisa is an amazing writer. She uses just the right amount of action, mystery, and drama to keep you entertained for hours. This book can be seem to be directed towards MS reader, but trust us older readers will also enjoy it. It will take you back to reading The Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys books. We personally can’t wait for the next installment in this wonderfully entertaining series.

So get ready for some action and read The Super Spies and the High School Bomber

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**We received this book for free by the author. We were not bribed or paid in any way for this review. **

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