The Wife's Tale by Christine Wells

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About The Traitor’s Girl
  • The Traitor’s Girl was inspired by two extraordinary women who worked as British spies in World War II.
  • The work of Carrie as an agent provocateur employed to test out the discretion of agents before they parachuted into Nazi-occupied France is based on that of wartime spy, Marie Christine Chilver, code name “Agent Fifi”.
  • The character of Eve was inspired by a passing comment in the memoir of British traitor Harold “Kim” Philby, who admitted the one person he thought might suspect him of being a double agent for the Soviets was former barrister and Russian expert at MI-5, Jane Archer.

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