A thrilling mystery adventure set in Bletchley Park at the start of World War II, based on true events. Perfect for fans of Phil Earle and Hilary McKay.
“A highly original, gripping World War II story” – Emma Carroll
Twelve-year-old Robyn has grown up in Bletchley Park, where her father works as a driver. When she’s not at school, there’s nothing she likes more than helping her dad in the garages.
Then the war begins and everything at Bletchley changes.
Robyn is assigned to help with the carrier pigeons that take messages to the Allies. But first, she must sign the Official Secrets Act and is ordered not to leave the grounds of the park. While Bletchley is buzzing with people recruited for the war effort and all eyes are on the skies, Robyn becomes convinced that there’s something sinister going on within Bletchley Park itself.
Together with her friends Mary and Ned, Robyn resolves to uncover the enemy in their midst . . .
‘I loved this spy mystery about Robyn and her friends as they try to uncover the enemy in their midst. Rhian’s wonderful descriptions of Bletchley Park made me feel I was there in one of the most famous settings in WWII Britain. Readers will be hooked till the end.’ Sufiya Ahmed, author of Rosie Raja: Churchill’s Spy
I, Spy is a superb addition to the WW2 canon. It's a highly original, gripping, thought-provoking read in which a vivid cast of brave children - and pigeons - save the day. I absolutely loved it! * Emma Carroll * A fabulous read. I loved everything about it. Fascinating setting, characters to root for, and a thrilling mystery. An absolute cracker of a story, told superbly. * Eloise Williams, author of Honesty and Lies * Heartwarming, exciting, and a story of friendship and comradeship overcoming adversity in war, I, Spy will have you cheering the heroes on right to the last page. * Sinead O'Hart, author of The Eye of the North * I loved this spy mystery about Robyn and her friends as they try to uncover the enemy in their midst. Rhian's wonderful descriptions of Bletchley Park made me feel I was there in one of the most famous settings in WWII Britain. Readers will be hooked till the end. * Sufiya Ahmed, author of Rosie Raja: Churchill's Spy * An exciting, intrigue-filled tale of a race against time by three brave children and their feathered friends to solve a traitorous plot at the heart of wartime Britain's most secret and vital code-breaking operation. And a reveal which was completely unexpected too! * Ally Sherrick, author of Black Powder *
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