When Ruth Gilmartin learns the true identity-and the WWII profession-of her aging mother, Sally Gilmartin, at the start of Boyd's elegant ninth novel, Ruth is understandably surprised. Sally, nee Eva Delectorskaya, a Russian emigree living in Paris in 1939, was recruited as a spy by Lucas Romer, the head of a secretive propaganda group called British Security Coordination, to help get America into the war.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - jkdavies - LibraryThing
I'm not sure if this was a re-read or not; or if I saw a tv adaptation of it or something; it felt very familiar throughout. Interesting and reasonably well written, with some far-fetched bits Read full review
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I've read the book a few years ago and just had an opportunity to see the mini series on Netflix and both the book and movie are excellent. I do think reading the book first before the movie was a ... Read full review