Agents of the Glass by Michael D. Beil
A New Recruit

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"With topical themes, high-speed action, and a neat resolution, this is likely to be a popular read. The emphasis on good character—especially compassion, courage, integrity, and discipline—is nice to see." --Kirkus

"Quick and pulsepounding and the stakes are high." --Booklist

The Agents of the Glass are at the front lines of the fight between good and evil, and they have a new recruit. But is he up to the task?
Andover James Llewellyn, aka Andy, did the unthinkable: he turned in a bag of money he found on the street after a bank robbery. His selfless action caught the attention of the Agents of the Glass. Now, as one of the agency’s newest recruits, Andy is tasked with following the actions of a dangerous student at this new school, only he doesn’t know which student.
Is it Winter Neale, model student with countless extracurricular activities? Or could it be Jensen Huntley, an antagonistic, angry kid whose blog has angered the wrong people? Andy must determine his target quick, before the evil organization known at NTRP catches on to him.
Will Andy succeed in his mission or will the Agents of the Glass have to find another recruit?

About Michael D. Beil

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MICHAEL D. BEIL teaches English at a Catholic high school in New York City. He is the author of three installments of his Edgar Award-nominated Red Blazer Girls mysteries, with a fourth in the works.
Published September 13, 2016 by Knopf Books for Young Readers. 400 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books.

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