Spies must tell lies

'For years I'd been trying to piece together some form of family, and now I had a second chance. I wouldn't let it slip through my fingers.'

Charlotte Goode is fifteen.She speaks eighteen languages and knows how to fight. But she wants to know what really happened the night when her parents fought, and only one of them came out alive.

Spies must tell lies, but she is determined to find the truth.


5. A scribbled note

I've just mentioned someone very important, and you might be thinking 'Who is this Abigail Cameron?' But some of you might have heard of her. She's one of the CIA's best. But I am going back to when I saw Zach for the first time in 5 years for two reasons; to build a bit of suspense, and because... it's less painful to talk about.

It wasn't some sort of movie reunion, where two people run in slow motion and hug, laugh, cry and be generally overcome with emotion. I ditched my disguise and met him in a quiet corner of the station. It couldn't have been less like a dramatic movie scene. He wasn't happy, sad or crying. He was... angry. I mean, I didn't want him to be upset, but it made me feel like he hadn't even missed me. It was even more frustrating when he didn't give me time to ask why he abandoned me - he just handed me a piece of Evapopaper with a scribbled address and disappeared into the crowd. I was quite stunned, so I didn't look at the address until I was alone. And I realised he wanted me to meet him at the Gallagher Academy. 

Solomon wanted me there, so I wanted to be as far away as possible.

Zach was there. With answers.

I had to go.

I was going to be a Gallagher Girl.

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