Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover by Ally Carter (NY: Disney-Hyperion, 2009)
This is the third installment in this series about an exclusive girls' academy for training spies. Cammie "The Chameleon" Morgan is the protagonist; her mom is the headmistress of the school, and her dad is dead. Cammie's principal mission in this novel is to protect one of her best friends, Macey, from kidnappers who seem to want her because her father is running for Vice President of the United States. Cammie should know better than to trust appearances--and she's constantly reminded of that as her sort-of boyfriend Zach keeps appearing and disappearing throughout the novel and she can't figure out what's up with him or who might be trying to snag Macey.
Nonstop action makes this novel a thrilling ride for readers in grades 6 and up. No sex or language issues.
I read a lot, especially kid and young adult lit. This blog will review what I've been reading. I get most of my reading material from the library, plus I buy books at school book fairs and the usual stores. I look for freebies on Amazon for my Kindle, and I'm happy to review any ARCs or e-galleys I can get my hands on.