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Harry Potter and the Art of Spying

Young Agent Edition

Lynn M. Boughey, Peter Earnest, and Kevin Cannon

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  • Paperback: 256 pages
  • Dimensions: 5.25" x 8.00"
  • ISBN: 978-1-63489-045-8
  • Publication Date: 2017-03-15
  • Wise Ink Creative Publishing

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Harry Potter and the Art of Spying

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Harry Potter. Rubeus Hagrid. Severus Snape. What do they have in common? Well, yes, they’re all wizards, but just as importantly, each of them is an accomplished spy. And while we Muggles may not be able to use magic in our own adventures, we can learn a lot from the wizarding world in terms of secret-agent techniques! The book you hold in your hands will teach you the ways of the world-class spy, with Harry Potter and all his friends (and enemies) as your guide. Along the way, Potter-themed activities start you on the way to becoming a spy yourself. 

Do you solemnly swear that you are ready for adventure and to become a spy?  If so, you’ve come to the right place—your Hogwarts course in espionage awaits!

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Lynn M. Boughey

Lynn Boughey is a lawyer with more than thirty years of practice in North Dakota. Lynn’s love of books and reading began at a very young age, and continues to this day. Lynn is North Dakota’s first Truman Scholar, a Congressional scholarship begun in 1977. A graduate of Grinnell College and Hamline University School of Law cum laude, Lynn also taught at the college level for over sixteen years, primarily in the areas of political science, international studies, criminal law and procedure, and terrorism. Author of Mission to Chara, a spy novel published in 2000, Lynn is presently working on a three-part murder-mystery legal thriller, Murder at the Second Constitutional Convention. Lynn is a member of the Association of Former Intelligence Officer (AFIO) and the Defense Orientation Conference Association (DOCA). Lynn continues to practice law in North Dakota and lives in Montana with his fourteen-year-old twin daughters.

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Peter Earnest

Peter Earnest has served as the Founding Executive Director of the International Spy Museum since it opened in 2002. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, his father was an American vice-consul and his mother, an English woman of Irish background. As a young boy Peter loved performing magic and he continues his lifelong interest in magic and magicians. Following graduation from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and a stint in the Marines, Peter began his thirty-six-year CIA career, which included more than twenty-five years in the agency’s Clandestine Service. A member of the CIA’s Senior Intelligence Service, he was awarded the agency’s Intelligence Medal of Merit for superior performance throughout his career. In his final posting, Peter also served as the agency’s principal spokesman, working to share information more openly with the media and the public. After retiring, Peter served as President and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO). Frequently interviewed by the media, he is also the author of several books relating to tradecraft, including The Real Spy’s Guide to Becoming a Spy and Business Confidential: Lessons for Corporate Success from Inside the CIA. He is married to Karen Rice, has four daughters, and lives in McLean, Virginia.

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Kevin Cannon

Illustrated by Kevin Cannon

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