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The Official Spy's Handbook

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For all those inquisitive youngsters in the family then this 'how to be a good spy' handbook will give them hours of entertainment before putting what they learn into practice. From cracking secret codes and creating effective disguises to tracking and decoding signals it's a book to be kept close at hand but hidden from the unknown enemy!

There is a sister title to this called The Official Detective's Handbook for all those who want to outsmart the criminal mind.

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Synopsis

The Official Spy's Handbook by

Packed with tips, hints and advice on all the tricks needed to be a super spy, including how to write and break codes, how to use disguises to avoid detection and how to stalk and shadow enemy spies effectively. Includes spy-tests, observation quizzes and code-cracking challenges.

Reviews

'Le Carre for ten-year-olds, this book made espionage seem like a perfectly viable profession' - Author David Nicholls in The Times'

'From cracking secret codes and creating effective disguises to tracking and decoding signals it's a book to be kept close at hand but hidden from the unknown enemy' - Parents in Touch

'Usborne's vintage Spy's Handbook (GBP6.99), now in paperback, is an endless resource for would-be sleuths. You should buy two

'My childhood fixation with the art of spying - it hasn't entirely gone away - was down to a book called The Usborne Spy's Guidebook' - India Knight, The Sunday Times

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Paperback
192 pages

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Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

1st October 2014

ISBN

9781409584384

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