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The Spy Wore Red

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  • Posted October 25, 2011

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    Truth or fiction

    Aline Griffith wants to join her brothers in helping her country during the war. But she's female and not old enough for the few professions that allow women to help. She complains to a man she meets on a double date and the next thing she knows she's on her way to be trained as a spy.
    Sent to Spain to learn the local gossip is the easy part. Telling who is on her side is the hard part.

    This book is labeled as non-fiction, but I found that really hard to believe. There are quite a few critics out there saying why they think the book is real or not. But my personal observation begins in the forward. The author freely admits that she's changed circumstances or people to make the story more interesting or to hide the identity of someone.

    But if you take the story as fiction it's a very fun and entertaining read. It sheds a little light on to how the people lived during the 40s and keeps you glued the entire book. I really enjoyed the book and would recommend it. You might not believe it's non-fiction, but you will enjoy it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2006

    A spy with class and intellegence

    this book is one i reread often, its content and witty style remain fresh. The heroine is an average woman who navigates a world of intrigue, men and social class with style. I highly recommend it for everyone, especially those who like historical romance and mystery without the graphic sex.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2001

    Facinating Reading

    I could barely put down any of the 3 books in this series. Glamour, suspense, dangerous characters, it's all there, all true. Set in exotic WWII-era Spain and written in an engaging style, it is facinating reading. Someone needs to get started on the screenplay!

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