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'Alias: Disappeared'
By: Lynn Mason
(Paperback / 224 Pages / Bantam Doubleday Dell Pub / ISBN: 0553494007 / $5.99)

Description:A crumbling Gothic mansion on a craggy Scottish isle. A secret meeting among the world’s most powerful underground organizations. And lots of bad blood.Sydney’s sent by SD-6 to pose as the heiress of a former ruling family of Romania now mixed up in the black market. Except instead of collecting intelligence, something goes very wrong. One by one people end up disappearing. Gone. Vanished. When someone is found, they’re dead. Will Sydney be the prime suspect . . . or the newest victim?

Verdict: This book definitely lived up to my expectations, just as good as the first two and any diehard alias fan is sure to love this series. A new book comes out almost every two months and each is better than the one before it. The only downside is that this book is an extremely quick and easy read, but that shouldn't bother a true fan. But it just stinks because as much as you can't put it down you want it to go on forever because the thought of waiting two more months for the continuation is unbearable. A must for anyone who likes the show or anyone interested in the world of espionage. In that respect this book shows you the people behind the missions and the relationships that hold them together. And true, it doesn't get Alias-like until the last two chapters, but the build up is crucial also. To sum up: good read, good book, awesome suppliment to the show. !
Reviewed By Lauren Jersey