Gripping. (MAIL ON SUNDAY
An exciting story. . . Christine was cool, fascinating, graceful, secretive, alternating a vivid warmth with remoteness, a lover of freedom and a law unto herself (DAILY TELEGRAPH
This biography, stark, earthy, uplifting and bloodstained, deserves to be read even by those who are tired of war books. In Christine, Dostoyevsky, I suspect, would have found a heroine to his taste (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
The remarkable life story of Christine Granville - Churchill's 'favourite spy' and one of the most successful women agents of the Second World War
About the Author
Madeleine Masson was born in Johannesburg and is one of South Africa's most distinguished writers. She studied in Johannesburg, Paris and Munich and lived as a freelance journalist in Paris. She is a journalist, playwright and historian who has had over twenty books published.