Hall of Mirrors Review æ 8

Review Hall of Mirrors

Hall of Mirrors Review æ 8 Ç In World War II France she went by the name of Marie Or Brigitte Or any of a half dozen other names Some saw her as a middle aged newspaper reporter To others she was a doddering old woman To the Nazis she was an elusive enemy “The Lady Who Limps” Her real name was Virginia Hall She had a wooden leg And she was a spy As tD a wooden leg And she was a spy As the Allies’ first agent to live behind the lines in Vichy France she organized resistance groups helped conduct sabotage operations and reported secret intelligence back to the Allies She was one of the first women agents in the CIA and was the only ci. A captivating must read Not since Memoirs of a Geisha have I been so enraptured by a woman's storywritten by a man

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In World War II France she went by the name of Marie Or Brigitte Or any of a half dozen other names Some saw her as a middle aged newspaper reporter To others she was a doddering old woman To the Nazis she was an elusive enemy “The Lady Who Limps” Her real name was Virginia Hall She ha. I have known Craig Gralley the author of Hall of Mirrors for many years and so I read his book not knowing what to expect exactly I like spy novels especially fiction but historical fiction is not often as thrilling Craig’s book is thrilling He has surprising insight into the life of a woman in vulnerable situations where she musters her judgment and intelligence Her story is hard to put down but I found myself wanting to savor the book over several sittings The descriptions of the scenes were so realistic that I began thinking in the language of the person she was conversing with It was startling I highly recommend this book for its story and the way it was told so carefully to really bring Virginia Hall to life It illustrates the intricacies and courage in spying to save the world from its transgressions There is hope and excitement in this book It is a lively work of historical fiction and a great tribute to a woman who persevered under grueling conditions It made me proud to be a woman and to have served my country The reviews are not hype I highly recommend this book

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Hall of MirrorsVilian woman of the war to receive the Distinguished Service Cross This is the story of Virginia Hall and her immense personal courage and determination and how she broke through the barriers of physical limitation and gender discrimination to become America’s greatest spy of World War I. This novel based on a true story benefits from being written in the first person as it adds to the drama and suspense It is a truly fascinating story Imagine a woman with a prosthetic leg evading the Gestapo and providing invaluable intelligence to both Britain and the USA