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Radio Boys in the Secret Service

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Radio Boys in the Secret Service by J. W. Duffield is a thrilling and captivating story that follows a group of young boys who find themselves involved in a top-secret government mission. The plot is fast-paced and filled with unexpected twists and turns that will keep readers on the edge of their seats.

The characters are well-developed and likable, each bringing their own unique skills and personalities to the team. The camaraderie between the boys is heartwarming, and their determination to complete their mission is inspiring.

The author does a fantastic job of blending suspense, action, and a bit of humor throughout the story, making it a fun and entertaining read for readers of all ages. There are also important themes of friendship, loyalty, and patriotism woven into the narrative that add depth to the plot.

Overall, Radio Boys in the Secret Service is a highly enjoyable and engrossing read that will appeal to fans of adventure and mystery novels. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a captivating and exciting story.

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Twin sixteen year-old brothers, Guy and Walter Burton are the “Radio Boys” headed for another adventure. Travels take Guy from their home in New England to London where he meets another radio enthusiast, Glennon. There are city adventures before they find themselves on an old steamer headed for disaster. Can the wireless radio help them in their time of need? And, where is Walter? - Summary by Larry Wilson


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