Compelling - these under-reported stories of fearless and principled women will provide inspiration
With skill and heart, Sarah Rose captures the adventures of an extraordinary group of women who kept the resistance alive during the darkest days of World War II, risking everything to liberate their loved ones, their nations, and democracy itself. I couldn't stop reading
Rose delivers a swift moving . . . expert blow-by-blow account . . . A spy thriller that fights against the idea of "the original sin of women at war"
Daring, modern, and gorgeously written . . . This is the D-Day book the world has been waiting for
Sarah Rose's D-Day Girls is . . . a page-turning spy story that will, at long last, inscribe the names of three remarkable female spies-Andrée Borrel, Odette Sansom, Lise de Baissac-into our history books
A fresh, thrilling account of the female spies whose courage and audacity helped win the day on June 6, 1944