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?
About the Author
F. T. Bradley is originally from the Netherlands and still likes to travel, like Linc, whenever she gets a chance. She lives in Mississippi with her husband and two daughters. This is the third book in her trilogy about Lincoln Baker and Ben Green.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a thrilling conclusion to the Double Vision Trilogy. Linc Baker is a great main character. He'll imaginatively break into a secret room, and then cleverly find an excuse for being there. Linc will do anything to get the job done (within reason). The plot kept me hooked at all times with a twist here, and another turn there. The mystery of the missing hat really threw me off. Ms. Bradley has written a very unique spy novel based on historical objects. It is a good way to get a kid into history.
Again, F.T. Bradley delivers. “Double Vision – The Alias Men” is the third book in her “double vision” series and it is an excellent book; easily just as good as the first two: “Double Vision”, which is set in Paris; and “Double Vision – Code Name 711” set in Washington, D.C. Although the target age for the book is 12 and up, I thoroughly enjoyed it. It is entertaining, easy to read and just plain fun. I did not want to put it down until it was finished. With so many books these days with a sci-fye theme, this book is just an old fashioned spy game. Again, this book is such fun to read!! Easily recommended. (reviewed by P.Howard) DISCLOSURE: We received a complimentary copy from the author for the purpose of this review. No compensation was received for this review. Opinions expressed are those of the reviewer.