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D-Day Girls by Sarah Rose

D-Day Girls

D-Day Girls by Sarah Rose
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Apr 23, 2019 | 400 Pages
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“Gripping, queasily so: Spies, romance, Gestapo thugs, blown-up trains, courage, and treachery (lots of treachery)—and all of it true, all precisely documented. Sarah Rose leaves you marveling at the sheer courage shown by these women of Churchill’s Special Operations Executive, who risked all to fight the Nazis and help prepare the way for D-Day.”
—Erik Larson, author of The Devil in the White City and Dead Wake
 
“The mission is this: Read D-Day Girls today. Not just for the spy flair—code names, aliases, and operating covers—but also because this history feels more relevant than ever, as an army of women and girls again find themselves in a fight for the common good.”
—Lily Koppel, author of The Astronaut Wives Club

“Sarah Rose’s D-Day Girls is not only an edge-of-your-seat World War II thriller that reads like fiction, it’s a highly relevant read that will, at long last, inscribe the names of three remarkable female spies—Andrée Borrel, Odette Sansom, Lise de Baissac—into our history books.”
—Susannah Cahalan, author of Brain on Fire

“With skill and heart, Sarah Rose captures the adventures of an extraordinary group of women who kept the resistance alive during the darkest days of World War II, risking everything to liberate their loved ones, their nations, and democracy itself. Spies and saboteurs, high explosives, ingenious deceptions, dirty poems transformed into cryptologic keysI couldn’t stop reading.”
—Jason Fagone, author of The Woman Who Smashed Codes

 “Sarah Rose’s edge-of-the-seat spy thriller weaves the incredible stories of World War II’s forgotten heroines—daring, modern, and key to defeating the Nazis in France. Brilliantly researched and gorgeously written—with a cameo from Winston Churchill—this is the D-Day book the world has been waiting for.”
Karen Abbott, author of Sin in the Second City and Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy

“Sarah Rose has worked wonders to provide a fresh, thrilling account of the female spies whose courage and audacity helped win the day on June 6, 1944.”
Alex Kershaw, author of The Bedford Boys and Avenue of Spies

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