Miss Graham's cold war cookbook / [large print] Celia Rees.

By: Rees, Celia
Publisher: New York, NY : Harper Large Print, [2020]Description: 718 p. ; 23 cmISBN: 9780063000087Report number: BR-Fall 20Subject(s): Women spies -- Great Britain -- Fiction | Women teachers -- Fiction | War criminals -- Germany -- FictionGenre/Form: Historical fiction. | History. | Large type books.Summary: World War II has just ended, and Britain has established the Control Commission for Germany, which oversees their zone of occupation. The Control Commission hires British civilians to work in Germany, rebuild the shattered nation and prosecute war crimes. Somewhat aimless, bored with her job as a provincial schoolteacher, and unwilling to live with her overbearing mother any longer, thirtysomething Edith Graham applies for a job with the Commission, but she is also recruited by her cousin, Leo, who is in the Secret Service. To them, Edith is perfect spy material, single, ordinary-looking, with a college degree in German.
List(s) this item appears in: 2020 Fall Catalog | 2020 LARGE PRINT Fall
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World War II has just ended, and Britain has established the Control Commission for Germany, which oversees their zone of occupation. The Control Commission hires British civilians to work in Germany, rebuild the shattered nation and prosecute war crimes. Somewhat aimless, bored with her job as a provincial schoolteacher, and unwilling to live with her overbearing mother any longer, thirtysomething Edith Graham applies for a job with the Commission, but she is also recruited by her cousin, Leo, who is in the Secret Service. To them, Edith is perfect spy material, single, ordinary-looking, with a college degree in German.

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