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Mission 3: In Deep - cover

Mission 3: In Deep

Jonny Zucker

Publisher: Darby Creek

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Summary

Max, explosive escapologist and master magician, has been recruited by the Department for Extraordinary Activity for his third dangerous mission. A remote island in the Pacific Ocean has been flooded by a freak surge of water, and sinister forces are suspected. There's no time to lose—Max must dive straight into a perilous adventure. Will Max defeat his terrifying underwater enemies and discover the dark secrets of the deep?
Available since: 08/01/2013.
Print length: 148 pages.

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