Camp XBook - 2002
Fascinated by Camp X and its secrets, the boys begin to suspect local townspeople of being spies. Is the police chief keeping tabs on people for enemy purposes? Is Jack's boss at the newspaper really amassing information for sinister reasons?
Unable to resist the camp's allure, the boys keep going back to find out more details of what's going on-they even meet William Stephenson, the Man Called Intrepid himself. They also attract the attention of a very sinister character, someone who is determined to use George and Jack's knowledge against the Allies, no matter the consequences . . . or the casualties.
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Jack and George accidentally stumble across Canada's top secret spy camp. Soldiers catch them and send them homw and they are told to never come back again. But they go back and then they get caught. So the Lieutenant-Colonel interrogates them and finds out that the boys know more than he imagined, so they are recruited to be spies (unofficially). Then the editor of the newspaper, Mr. krum, gets suspicious of the boys and kidnaps them at gunpoint, and ties them up in a farmhouse inside Camp X. Despite bring tied up very tightly, Jack and George manage to escape and foil a nazi plot to attack the camp.
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