Out of Sight, Out of Time
by Carter, Ally

When Cammie wakes up in a convent high in the Alps, she slowly comes to realize that she's been tortured, the last four months have been erased from her mind, and an ancient terrorist organization is hunting for her.

Ally Carter (www.allycarter.com) is the New York Times best-selling author of the four previous books in the Gallagher Girls series I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have to Kill You; Cross My Heart and Hope to Spy; Don't Judge a Girl by her Cover; and Only the Good Spy Young; as well as Heist Society and its sequel Uncommon Criminals. Ally lives in Oklahoma, where she is cooking up new adventures for the Gallagher Girls.

In this latest Gallagher Girls adventure, Cammie Morgan finds herself not at the Gallagher Academy, a private school for young female spies, but in an alpine convent with no memory of how she got there. Her only clues are horrible, painful bruises all over her body, dirty fingernails, and the realization that she has completely missed the end of school and summer vacation. Now that her senior year has started, her best friends are terrified that they will lose her again, and her mother is begging her not to try to remember what happened, stating that "some things are best forgotten." But Cammie, her spy boyfriend Zach, and her best friends gradually begin piecing together Cammie's terrifying summer, a summer that threatens to continue well into her senior year, as the Circle of Cavan will stop at nothing to get whatever it is that she has. Carter has written another Gallagher Girls page-turner chock full of spy trivia, private-school allure, BFFs, world travel, a bit of violence, and a touch of romance. It's a sure winner, especially when teens realize that the ending points to further adventures. Copyright 2012 Booklist Reviews.

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