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I’d tell you I love you, but then I’d have to kill you – Ally Carter

Posted by Laura on February 25, 2008

Here is another spy novel: I’d tell you I love you, but then I’d have to kill you. The Gallagher Academy for Exceptional Young Women is a snooty school for rich girls. Or, at least, that is what it looks like for the people who live in Roseville, Virginia, where the Academy is located. Inside the walls, geniuses are taught advanced encryption, fourteen languages, and covert operations.

Cammie is a pavement artist. You would never know she is there. But on her first covert operations she was spotted and approached by a boy. Is he a spy sent to infiltrate the academy through her? There is only one way to find out…

Cross my heart and hope to spy is the second book in the series.


6 Responses to “I’d tell you I love you, but then I’d have to kill you – Ally Carter”

  1. May said

    What happens in the end?

  2. Laura said

    Sorry – this is a novel about spies – I’d tell you but I’m afraid they’d kill me.

    Actually, I just don’t want to spoil the book for others.

  3. giana said

    haha smartttt.

  4. yessica said

    i soo wanna know wat happens in the end please someone tell me i didnt read it and i want to know and i have a quiz on the ending of the book for tomorrow:(

  5. Laura said

    A quiz? So… what happens is Cammie and her friends ——- ——– but then he enters —– and then —————–. And her mom —— ———. It was pretty exciting.

    Really – do you think I would ruin the ending? Nope.

  6. Rachi-Babe said

    cammie and josh end up getting married.

    na they don’t-i’m not going to ruin the end!

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