Eye of Dawn: The Rise and Fall of Mata Hari

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Dorset Press, Jan 1, 1989 - Spies - 271 pages
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User Review  - Andi - Goodreads

Interesting and informative biography of Mata Hari. Well-written. It's interesting since it contradicts the one I read many years ago about whether or not Mata Hari was really a spy or not. I'll have to find another book and continue the reading. Read full review

Contents

Childhoods End
11
The Bride Wore Yellow
21
Loves Labors
31
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Erika Ostrovsky is Professor of French at New York University and author of "Under the Sign of Ambiguity: Saint-John Perse/Alexis Leger.

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