British high society, spy stories and goofy religious cults are all gently mocked in this inventive, stylish satire.
Lady Sophia Garfield works at a first-aid post during the so-called 'phoney war' while cherishing an ambition to become a glamorous female spy. Fate ordains that she shall have her chance.
When the highly imaginative Sophia discovers a nest of very real German spies in her home, nobody believes her. With her maid murdered and her beloved bulldog held hostage, she sets out alone to gain proof and, with time out for tea at the Ritz, save Britain.
About the Author
Nancy Freeman-Mitford CBE, known as Nancy Mitford, was an English novelist, biographer and journalist. One of the renowned Mitford sisters and one of the "Bright Young People" on the London social scene in the inter-war years, she is best remembered for her novels about upper-class life in England and France and for her sharp and often provocative wit. She also established a reputation for herself as a writer of popular historical biographies.
Format: Audio CD
Published: 28th April 2017
Publisher: Bolinda Publishing
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 13.4 x 14.6
Weight (kg): 0.16
Edition Type: Unabridged