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How much of a Cahill is she prepared to be? Perhaps Grace was right — some secrets are better left buried. It's no longer a game.
The body count is rising. Shaken by recent events, Amy and Dan flee to a distant land and trace the footsteps of their most formidable ancestor yet: a military leader of mythic proportions. Yet just as the siblings begin to master the art of ancient warfare, they confront a dangerous enemy that can't be felled with a sword: the truth. With the stakes higher than ever, Amy and Dan uncover something so devastating it changes everything — the secret of their family branch.
As the race to find the 39 Clues builds to its explosive finish, Amy and Dan must explore an ancient culture and steal a Clue guarded by thousands of the world's best-trained soldiers. It's the most dangerous Clue search yet. As their enemies crowd in, Amy and Dan find themselves separated for the first time ever. The choice lies before them — find the next Clue, or find their way back to each other.
Be the first to find out where the next Clue is! Throughout the hunt for the 39 Clues, Amy and Dan have encountered some of the darkest aspects of history. But are they ready for the truth? In this thrilling ninth installment, Amy and Dan hit the high seas as they follow the trail of some infamous ancestors to track down a long lost treasure.
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The 39 Clues 1: The story begins with the death of …read more. Save for Later. Description The Cahills are the most powerful family the world has ever known. But Amy had learned that Grace had ordered the assassination of her own husband, Amy's grandfather, Nathaniel Hartford. The burn started again in Amy's stomach, slower this time. A deep, smoldering ache. Her childhood was a lie. Not only that, Amy now believed that Nathaniel was back, gunning for revenge.
Grace had turned her husband into a monster, the Outcast, a man who had vowed to re-create some of history's deadliest catastrophes if Amy and her friends couldn't stop him. Grace had created a violent and vicious circle, a hurricane of evil. And Amy and her brother, Dan, were caught in the middle of it. The noise of someone stirring downstairs broke Amy's concentration.
Amy's brother and cousins had crashed the moment they'd stepped through the door of Jonah's villa. Maybe Ian was pacing again. He'd been devastated by their inability to stop the Outcast's most recent disaster. Ian Kabra was now the head of the Cahill family, and the failure weighed heaviest on him. And the Outcast wasn't through with Ian yet-wasn't through with any of them. Amy winced.
She and Dan never should've saddled Ian with the responsibility of leading the Cahills. Grace had been their grandmother, not his. She and Dan should've been the ones shouldering the fallout from her mistakes.
Even if Nathaniel isn't the Outcast, Ian isn't up to the task of leading the family. The disloyalty of the thought made her want to choke. But the truth clawed at her. He's starting to crack. Another noise echoed from the lower level of the villa, but it was too high-pitched to be a person pacing this time. It sounded like the squeak of the sliding glass door.
Amy looked out the window again.
Steam rose from the surface of the heated pool, creating a mist between the villa and the wishbone-shaped Lake Como. She expected to see Ian wandering outdoors, lost in his thoughts and the haze. Instead, a black-clad figure skirted through the manicured bushes hedging the pool. The figure glanced back only long enough for Amy to discern that the intruder was a woman.
The rush of adrenaline centered Amy's thoughts and deadened the ache in her stomach. It wasn't stillness that she required to distract herself from her worries. It was action. Amy spun on her heel, then barreled down the stairs. Hamilton Holt-asleep like a boulder in the armchair-was directly in line with her path out the door. The rest of the crew-Dan, Ian, Cara, and Jonah-were lumps in the dark, spread out on all the sofas.
Amy smacked Hamilton on the shoulder as she blew past.
The woman had left the sliding door slightly ajar. Amy tore through it and felt the crisp night air like a slap in the face.
By the time she reached the edge of the pool, Hamilton was on her heels. Amy pointed to a gap in the towering hedges.
Without another word, they sprinted straight for it.
Pitch-blackness engulfed them as they moved beyond the glow of the lighted pool. Amy sucked the cool air into her burning lungs. Typically, Hamilton could outrun her.
But not tonight. She charged through the thicket, steps ahead of him. When she heard the snap of a twig, Amy halted, darted to the left, and drove her arm through the brambles.
Thorns clawed at the skin on her exposed wrist, but her fingers connected with something soft. She closed her fist and tugged, pulling the woman toward her by the hem of her black hooded sweatshirt.
As the woman twisted and strained to pull free, the phone in Amy's pocket vibrated. The noise and sensation divided Amy's attention for a mere fraction of a second.
But it was enough for the woman to clear the bushes, swing, and strike. The blow knocked Amy back and loosened her grip on the woman's sweatshirt.
Amy felt Hamilton's arms swoop around her waist, catching her as she stumbled. Once she found her balance, she and Hamilton scanned the darkness. The woman was gone. Amy's phone stopped ringing. Her collarbone throbbed.