Spymistress by William Stevenson


Spymistress Book Summary

Spymistress is the memoir, biography, military and history book which contains the stories of a powerful lady who served in World War II. William Stevenson is the author of this amazing book. In 1908, Vera Atkins born in Bucharest which is suited in Romania. Her family moves to England but she remained there to learn modern languages. She was intelligent, beautiful and sharp from her childhood. After finishing her education she joined her family in England. It was the time when the German Army attack on France in 1940.She was interested to serve her community and join the Special Operations Executive in 1941. Vera was twenty-three years old when she debuts on SOE. She has done a magnificent job in SOE and helps the armed forces to finish the enemies as soon as possible. World War II ended earlier with her services and she saved a lot of innocent lives. Vera is never afraid of becoming face to face with enemies. She was ruthless to deceive the officers of the German Army with her beauty. Vera played a key role to finish the war. She serves many years in SOE by offering different jobs like organizing training, interviewing recruits and planning a reception in France. Vera trains newbies and tough girls to use their beauty as a weapon against men. She sends almost 500 agents to France including 39 women. Avira died in her bed at the age of 92 years.

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