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Seventh grader Trader Wooly and his friends, living on a military base in West Germany, stumble across a terrorist plot to kill as many Americans as possible.
|Series||[Stories for young Americans series]|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.T666 Tt 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||88016326|
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The Terrorist is an interesting read that I believe will appeal to readers of Blythe Woolston's Black Helicopters. While not as bleak, it definitely makes you question and think.
Topic of The Terrorist is one that will remain relevant for a long time because the threat of terrorism is persistent/5(60). A scavenger who is fascinated by Nazi artifacts, Trader finds life on an Army base near Munich agreeable, even though danger seems ever ready to reach out for him (see Trader Wooly and the Secret of the Lost Nazi Treasure); here, under an old abandoned mansion, he comes upon a secret cache of finely made toy trains and small, remote-control bombs--also toylike, but quite deadly.
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