M. T. Anderson's Agent Q, or the Smell of Danger! (Pals in Peril, Book 4) PDF
By M. T. Anderson
It's time for Lily, Katie, and Jasper to move domestic from their interesting Delaware event, however the lousy Autarch's spies and goons are in all places, and it's transparent that *they* produce other plans for our 3 intrepid heroes. Chock packed with ups, downs, twists, turns, or even a band of sentient lobsters combating at the part of excellent, this fourth installment of the neighbors in danger sequence is each piece as wild, wacky, and beautifully outrageous because the first 3.
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Agent Q, or the Smell of Danger! (Pals in Peril, Book 4) by M. T. Anderson