The Spy With Five Faces

The Spy With Five Faces Antonia an American girl of Mexican ancestry is sent to Mexico to find her missing brother and to help track down the leader of an espionage ring

  • Title: The Spy With Five Faces
  • Author: Amelia Elizabeth Walden
  • ISBN: 9780664323820
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Antonia, an American girl of Mexican ancestry, is sent to Mexico to find her missing brother and to help track down the leader of an espionage ring.

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    About “Amelia Elizabeth Walden

    • Amelia Elizabeth Walden

      Amelia Elizabeth Walden was born January 15, 1909 in New York City, and died in 2002 After graduating from Columbia University in 1934, she attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, also in New York From 1935 to 1945 she taught English and Dramatics at Norwalk High School, Norwalk, Connecticut In 1946 Miss Walden married John William Harmon This was also the year that her first book was published At the request of her editor she revised the manuscript, entitled Gateway, to fit a new genre emerging at the time, called the young adult novel which was aimed at a post adolescent but not yet adult audience, approximately ages 16 to 18 She is considered a pioneer in this area of American literature Miss Walden found success writing for this audience, and commented, I respond to young people because I remember my own adolescence so vividly and fondly It was a period of total involvement, of enjoying life to the hilt Miss Walden wrote over 40 novels published by McGraw Hill, Lippincott, William Morrow, The Westminster Press, and Appleton Century Crofts She was residing in Westport, Connecticut when she died.

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