|Spies and Lies|
|House name||Franklin W. Dixon|
|Cover artist||Frank Morris|
|Publication date||July 1992|
|Media type||Print (Paperback)|
|Series||Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys SuperMystery '88|
|Preceded by||Tour of Danger|
|Followed by||Tropic of Fear|
Spies and Lies is the 13th book in the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys SuperMystery series. It was first published in July 1992 by Archway Paperbacks (an imprint of Simon & Schuster), and is a spin-off of the Nancy Drew Files and The Hardy Boys Casefiles, respectfully.
Back Cover Summary: 
"America's Top Teen Detectives Team Up To Corner A Killer Inside the FBI
"NANCY DREW has gone undercover at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Her mission: protect Judy Noll, Bureau trainee, daughter of a powerful senator, and apparent target of an assassin. But Nancy's investigation takes a sinister and surprising turn when Judy's roommate is murdered. Like Judy and Nancy, the victim was tall, slim and had reddish blond hair. Nancy decides the only way to catch the killer is to set herself up as a target!
"FRANK and JOE HARDY are also posing as trainees to expose a corrupt FBI agent in an industrial espionage scheme. Huge illegal kickbacks are at stake, and the boys discover that the dirty money could cost lives. The integrity of the FBI hands in the balance as Nancy, Frank and Joe follow a twisted trail of treachery and tragedy, bribery adn blackmail... in SPIES AND LIES."
- Special Agent Daniel Burr
- Carson Drew (flashback only)
- Nancy Drew
- Frank Hardy
- Joe Hardy
- Judy Noll
- Sam Noll
Businesses and organizations
- ↑ A Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys SuperMystery: Spies and Lies