The Wreck of the Argyll (Paperback)John K. Fulton (author)
Dundee, 1915. When twelve-year-old Nancy suspects one of her teachers is a German spy, she ropes in the reluctant Jamie Balfour to help her uncover the scheme. Midshipman Harry Melville is aboard HMS Argyll in the stormy North Sea, unaware of both hidden rocks and German plots that threaten the ship. Nancy and Jamie discover HMS Argyll is in deadly danger and they are drawn into a web of espionage, secrets, and betrayal, where no-one is as they seem and no-one can be trusted.
Publisher: Cranachan Publishing Limited
Number of pages: 200
Weight: 171 g
Dimensions: 195 x 130 x 15 mm
The book is a thrilling and fascinating story based on an actual exciting event. - Theresa Breslin, the Carnegie Medal-winning author
It's an exciting and fast-paced spy thriller. The Wreck of the Argyll is my kind of story. - Allan Burnett, author and historian
'...perfectly captures the clandestine world of spies and all the excitement and danger lurking there.' - Abi Elphinstone, author of The Dreamsnatcher
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