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  • Published: 1 June 2011
  • ISBN: 9781742745121
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272

Max Remy Superspy 7: The Venice Job




Could a trip to the world’s most beautiful city be Max Remy’s most dangerous mission yet?

Could a trip to the world’s most beautiful city be Max Remy’s most dangerous mission yet?

enice is in danger. Someone is threatening to destroy the city - and they've already detonated one bomb. Max, Linden and Toby join forces with a young Italian spy, Luca Cavello, to track down the culprit. Max agrees to meet the blackmailer at the famous Rialto Bridge - but before she can identify them, she's pushed into the stormy canal waters. Are Max's rescuers as innocent as they seem? Why do the blackmailers know Spyforce's every move? Most importantly, can Max stop being clumsy in front of the good-looking Luca and complete the mission before Venice is lost forever?

  • Pub date: 1 June 2011
  • ISBN: 9781742745121
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 272

About the Author

Deborah Abela

After completing a teaching degree, Deb went to Africa where she was caught in a desert sandstorm, harassed by monkeys and thrown in jail … twice! She produced and wrote a national kids’ TV show before leaving to write twenty-six books including the Max Remy Superspy and Jasper Zammit (Soccer Legend) series and Grimsdon, New City and Final Storm, about kids living in a climate-changed world. Teresa A New Australian was inspired by her dad who was born in a cave during one of the heaviest bombing raids of World War II. The Stupendously Spectacular Spelling Bee and the sequel, The Most Marvelous International Bee, were inspired by her grade four teacher, Miss Gray. Her first picture book is Wolfie, An Unlikely Hero. She is a proud ambassador for the Premier’s Reading Challenge, Room to Read and Books in Homes. Deb’s won awards for her books but mostly hopes to be as brave as her characters. Find out more about her at deborahabela.com

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Praise for Max Remy Superspy 7: The Venice Job

“A twisted finish that I thought was great.”

Zac Sargent, age 12

“An action-packed boat ride in Venice full of suspense.”

Mark Royters, age 11


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