Saturday, August 03, 2013

'Double Vision' by F. T. Bradley

Look what just arrived in the mail!

 

F. T. Bradley (Fleur), a fellow founding member of Wordsmith Studio, incorporates her penchant for history into middle-grades thrillers. I was intrigued by the idea of stories along the line of National Treasure for kids, and wanted to read it myself before recommending it to my young nephews. Fleur was kind enough to sign my copy of Double Vision and sent an extra one for my local library.

The second book in the series, Double Vision: Code Name 711, launches October 15.

With hints like Leonardo da Vinci, Paris, George Washington's coat, and America's first cadre of spies — I'm looking forward to a little reading!

Disclaimer: I received a review copy for myself, with no obligation other than to share the second copy. Affiliate links are included in this post.

2 comments:

F.T. Bradley said...

Hope you like the book! Love your blog :-)

Elizabeth Saunders said...

Thanks! I donated your book to my local library today, and the librarians said, "Thank you!" I'll send you a photo.