Black Ops: Urban Assassin

by Jim Eldridge (author)

Suitable for 11 - 18 years

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“He was part of the unit… He was one of us.”

Mitch and the soldiers of Delta Unit are on their most urgent and personal mission yet. They must stop the assassination of the British Prime Minister by a ruthless renegade killer. But this assassin is no stranger to the team – he’s an elite ex-member of Delta Unit! And he knows every trick in the book. Have the boys finally met their match? Topical, high-octane action-adventure to keep young readers on the edge of their seats, from an award-winning author and scriptwriter whose books have sold over two million copies.

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AR book level: 5.0; Middle years; 4.0 points




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  1. Amanda Bateman
    on 14 March 2012

    Urban Assassin

    My son is at junior school and came home with this book today. I personally do not feel the graffic content of this book is suitable for Junior school children. This was sold at a Junior school. It's fiction at the end of the day , not factual and is there rationale for the graffic content ?

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