The spy wore red: my adventures as an undercover agent in World War II

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Random House, May 12, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 304 pages
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An exciting memoir that reads like a first-rate spy novel: Aline Griffith, later to become Countess of Romanones, was recruited off the streets of Brooklyn for World War II espionage work in Spain, and this is her own first-hand story.

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Review: The Spy Wore Red (Aline, Countess of Romanones #1)

User Review  - Kirstin - Goodreads

I found this real life WWII spy story fascinating. It had all the hallmarks of a fictional spy novel (glamorous parties, suave men, fancy clothing, code names, truth serum, invisible ink, spy cameras ... Read full review

Review: The Spy Wore Red (Aline, Countess of Romanones #1)

User Review  - Mary Ronan Drew - Goodreads

Years ago when The Spy Wore Red was new and had just been released in paperback, I picked up a copy at a bookstore in Sag Harbor. I spent the rest of my Long Island visit sneaking time to read it. It ... Read full review


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