My other Chiswick Book Festival highlight was a talk by Sonia Purnell about her biography of a woman once described by the Nazis as “the most dangerous of all the female Allied spies”. Virginia Hall was one of the first female solo spies to enter France during World War II, at a time when M16 […]

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