Fifteen-year-old Tobey Freeman lives in Louisiana and loves to play laser tag. He is soon recruited to compete for a spot in the Central Intelligence Adolescent Agency. This middle-grade novel spins a suspenseful tale of espionage and coming of age.
Erin Osborne is the creative director of children's ministry at East Bayou Baptist Church in Lafayette, Louisiana, where she writes and directs musicals. She earned her bachelor of arts in Latin American Studies. She has volunteered in Haiti, Honduras, and Guatemala, and her accolades include the Spirit of Community Award, Zonta International 2004 Young Women in Public Affairs Award, and Woodmen of the World Good Neighbor Citation. Osborne resides in Lafayette, Louisiana. Bethany Simmons studied art for more than ten years at Houston's prestigious Glassell School of Art and holds a degree from Baylor University in interior design. She has created work for both the commercial and residential sectors in cities across the Southwest. Simmons lives with her husband in Houston, Texas, where she works as an interior designer, artist, and illustrator.