London: Cassell & Company, 1956, Hardback in dust wrapper.
3rd edition, first published the same year.
From the cover: Elizabeth Denham was not made of the stuff of fictional heroines, nor did she become a British agent in France by any wish of her own. In fact, she found herself landed with the job because she had not the courage to say no.
In 1940 she was a girl in her early twenties, with a husband away in the Forces and a year-old son, living very comfortably near the South Coast and travelling to London each day to do her patriotic war work. Before the war she had spent her holidays in France and had made a number of friends in and around Bordeaux; and that was why she found herself suddenly requested to engage in the most nerve-shattering trips across the Ch…
Good in Good Dust Wrapper. Plain paper dust wrapper a little edgeworn and faded with a little fraying to the spine ends, closed tear to the foot of the join of the upper panel. Gift inscription to the first blank, previous owners’ name to the first pastedown. Text complete, clean and tight but with a little tanning to the endpapers and blanks.
Red boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. 191 pages. 8″ x 5½”.
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