Spy Dog

If James Bond could woof, he’d be Lara, the MI5’s first spy dog! Lara can waterski. She plays cricket. She catches robbers on the run. She is trained by the British Intelligence Service to be the smartest spying hound ever! But now our brave mutt is being hunted down by an evil drugs baron, Mr Big. To stay safe and catch this sneaky baddie, she must go undercover as a normal dog. Lara has heaps of special skills, but normal is one thing that she is not. Can she get through this tricky mission? And will Mr Big escape justice – or get the bitten bottom he deserves?

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    Lara is the first MI5 spy dog! She is highly intelligent and is trained by the British intelligence service. She can play basketball and she can lye in the sun sipping orange juice . In this crime-fighting packed book, Lara has been hunted down by secret top hounds and she has to act like she is (a orginal dog from the RSCPA and has a original home ) or in other words NORMAL!Can Lara pull this of?...

    9 March 2014

  • I loved this book it was really fun to read

    8 March 2014

  • good book

    8 March 2013

  • ok

    7 March 2013

  • Iv’e read this blurb but never had time to read it

    2 November 2012

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    Andrew Cope

    Andrew Cope is the author of the hugely popular Spy Dog and Spy Pups books about the highly trained secret agent dog Lara.


    Andrew Cope has won several awards for his Spy Dog series, especially those voted for by children. These include the Richard & Judy prize, Red House award, and Nottingham and Doncaster Children’s Book Prizes.

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