The 39 Clues #2: One False Note

The 39 Clues #2: One False Note




The highly-anticipated Book 2 of the #1 bestselling The 39 Clues series.
THIS JUST IN! Amy and Dan Cahill were spotted on a train, hot on the trail of one of 39 Clues hidden around the world. BUT WAIT! Police report a break-in at an elite hotel, and the suspects ALSO sound suspiciously like Amy and Dan. UPDATE! Amy and Dan have been seen in a car . . . no, in a speedboat chase . . . and HOLD EVERYTHING! They're being chased by an angry mob?!?



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Published 01 July 2011
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The hunger strike began two hours east of Paris.
Saladin took a single dainty whiff of the open cat food tin and turned up his nose.
“Come on, Saladin,” coaxed fourteen-year-old Amy Cahill. “Here’s your dinner. It’s a long way to Vienna.”
The Egyptian Mau emitted a haughty snort that was a clinic in nonverbal communication:You’ve got to be kidding me.
“He’s used to red snapper,” Amy said apologetically to Nellie Gomez, the Cahills’ au pair.
Nellie was unmoved. “Do you have any idea how much fresh sh costs? We’ve got to make our money last. Who knows how long we’ll be running around looking for these precious clues of yours?”
Saladin let out a disapproving“Mrrp!”
Dan Cahill, Amy’s eleven-year-old brother, looked up from the page of sheet music he was examining. “I’m with you, dude. I can’t believe we had to take the slowest train in Europe. We’ve got to getmoving! The competition has private jets, and we’re wasting time on the Loser Express. Are we going to stop in every podunk town in France?”
“No,” Nellie told him honestly. “Pretty soon it’ll stop in every podunk town in Germany. Then every podunk town in Austria. Look, it was cheap, okay? I didn’t agree to babysit you guys on this quest—”
“Au pair us on the quest,” Dan amended.
“—just to have you drop out halfway through because you blew all your cash on snapper and expensive train tickets,” she concluded.
“We really appreciate your help, Nellie,” Amy told her. “We could never do this without you.”
Amy was still dizzy from the whirlwind of the past two weeks.One minute you’re an orphan; the next, you’re part of the most powerful family the world has ever known!
An unbelievable twist for two kids who had been palmed o7 on an uncaring guardian who, in turn, palmed them o7 on a series of au pairs. Now they knew the truth — they were relatives of Benjamin Franklin, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and more — geniuses, visionaries, and global leaders.