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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This woman's life must have been astonishing; I wish the book had conveyed that better. The writing style really interfered with my enjoyment. I'd love someone to rewrite this "memoir" with lots more facts and less melodrama. Read full review

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User Review  - Twilight - Goodreads

This book was an excellent read. The fact that it is a true story made it all the more intriguing. A book you can read over and over! Read full review

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