In the third book of F. T. Bradley's spy adventure series that ALA Booklist calls "hilarious" and "authentic," troublemaker Linc Baker must infiltrate the set of a Hollywood blockbuster in order to stop a terrorist's plan for worldwide destruction.
After his last mission, Linc thought his undercover junior agent days were behind him and tons of boring studying ahead of him. But when supersecret government agency Pandora wants your help, you don't exactly have a choice. Sinister criminal Ethan Melais is on the loose in Tinseltown, and it's up to Linc to find him.
But while he's on the job, Linc is snagged by a famous director to star in a movie. Add "trying to impress the cute Hollywood starlet Savannah Stone" to Linc's to-do list and this mission has suddenly become more complicated. As always, Linc's look-alike agent nemesis, Ben Green, is hot on Linc's heels, and time is running out. Can Linc nab the thief, charm Savannah, and beat Ben at his own game?
“Fans of the series will delight in the familiar high jinks of Linc and a cast of comic secret agents and baddies as they save the world.”
Praise for Double Vision: Code Name 711: “Ingenious. Bradley cleverly weaves adventure and history throughout this fast-paced book. A must read for mystery fans, including reluctant readers.”
Praise for Double Vision: Code Name 711: “This is a hilarious caper, featuring plenty of nifty gadgets and gross-out scenes, led by an authentic, smart-mouthed hero that fans of the Alex Rider and 39 Clues series will love.”
Praise for Double Vision: “A great voice, with a good heart, some self-awareness, and a funny style.”
Praise for Double Vision: Code Name 711: “A cool caper with great Washington D.C. locations. The perfect page-turner for reluctant readers.”
Praise for Double Vision: “Lincoln Baker is an awesome main character: savvy, funny, and like a young James Bond, he can’t resist the chance to start some trouble. Give him a mystery to solve, stick him in Paris, arm him with gadgets, and watch stuff go boom.”
Praise for Double Vision: “Witty prose and enjoyable characters. Linc’s persistence and ability to cause chaos wins the day.”