Spies & Detectives (Factastic Journey) by Hazel Poole

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Page 29 b, an autopsy; c, America’s Most Wanted; a, Dr. Crippen. • Page 30 b, a device for keeping calls private; a, piracy; c, $6 billion. Acknowledgements Copyright © 2008 by Saddleback Educational Publishing. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system without the written permission of the publisher. First published in Great Britain by ticktock Publishing Ltd.

Page 17 c, MI5; a, J. Edgar Hoover; a, Military Intelligence. • Page 18 c, 177; b, after the Second World War; b, Lyon. • Page 20 c, Kevin Costner; a, Scarface; b, Coppers. • Page 22 b, Inspector Maigret; c, Peter Sellers; a, Belgian. • Page 25 b, an Alsatian; a, canine teams; c, Scooby Doo. • Page 26 b, 4; a, double helix; c, whorl. • Page 29 b, an autopsy; c, America’s Most Wanted; a, Dr. Crippen. • Page 30 b, a device for keeping calls private; a, piracy; c, $6 billion. Acknowledgements Copyright © 2008 by Saddleback Educational Publishing.

Private eyes, undercover police officers, and secret agents are secretly at work all around us. So keep your eyes peeled. You never know who might be watching you! 31 Index A aeroplanes 8-9 B Bell, Joseph 23 Blakeney, Sir Percy 12 Bond, James 2-3, 4 Boyd, Belle 6 bugs 5, 14, 28, 29 C cameras 5, 6 Capone, Al 20 Christie, Agatha 22 CIA 4, 16, 17 Clouseau, Inspector 22 clues 26-7 codes 10-11 D DNA 26, 27 dogs 24-5 Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan 22, 23 Draco 18 Dupin, C. Auguste 23 E Enigma 11 Eon, Chevalier d’ 13 F FBI 16, 17 Fleming, Ian 2, 3 Flying Squad 25 Fraser-Smith, Charles 4 G Goldfinger, Auric 2 H Hari, Mata 6, 7 Henry, Edward 26 Holmes, Sherlock 22, 23 I Interpol 18 K Kerner, Annette 6 KGB 14 L Lincoln, President Abraham 14, 21 M Mafia 19 Markov, Georgi 5 Marple, Miss 22 MI5 and MI6 16, 17 Morse Code 10 N Ness, Eliot 20 O Oddjob 2 P Pinkerton, Allan 21 Poe, Edgar Allen 23 Poirot, Hercule 22 Popov, Dusko 3 Q ‘Q’ 4 R Ramos, Ritchie 13 Reilly, Sidney 3 Reno brothers 21 Rex III 25 Richelieu, Cardinal 12 Richer, Marthe 6 Rimington, Stella 17 S satellites 8, 9 Shaggy 25 Simenon, Georges 22 Sleeping Beauty (submarine) 9 U The ‘Untouchables’ (film) 20 W Watson, Dr 23 Wolf, Markus 15 X X-files (film) 16 Quiz answers • Page 2 a, Sean Connery; b, David Niven; c, 7.

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