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“Inspiring and empowering—there were countless moments that gave me

full-body chills. I have never read a book like this. Even if you think

you donâ€t like nonfiction, pick up this book.―—Sarah J. Maas on

NBCâ€s Today“Comprehensive and compelling . . . Readers get to know

these amazing women as individuals as their duties unfold against the

backdrop of the war. . . . Rose smoothly integrates developing events

with biographical details and glimpses into French wartime society,

creating a digestible and easy-to-follow story. This satisfying mix of

social history and biography . . . should engage a wide audience.―—

Booklist (starred review)“D-Day Girls, written with novelistic

detail, weaves together five womenâ€s narratives using historical

research from contemporary periodicals, archives, and interview records.

. . . [D-Day Girls is part of] a new library and a more robust approach

to analyzing womenâ€s essential role in war.―—Foreign Policy

“D-Day Girls brims with detail, akin to the nonfiction narratives of

Erik Larson and Laura Hillenbrand.―—Womenâ€s Wear Daily “The

mission is this: Read D-Day Girls today. Not just for the spy

flair—code names, aliases, and operating covers—but also because

this history feels more relevant than ever, as an army of women and

girls again find themselves in a fight for the common good.―—Lily

Koppel, author of The Astronaut Wives Club“Sarah Rose's D-Day Girls

is not only a page-turning spy story that reads like fiction, it's a

highly relevant account that will, at long last, inscribe the names of

three remarkable female spies—Andrée Borrel, Odette Sansom, Lise de

Baissac—into our history books.―—Susannah Cahalan, author of Brain

on Fire“With skill and heart, Sarah Rose captures the adventures of an

extraordinary group of women who kept the resistance alive during the

darkest days of World War II, risking everything to liberate their loved

ones, their nations, and democracy itself. Spies and saboteurs, high

explosives, ingenious deceptions, dirty poems transformed into

cryptologic keys—I couldnâ€t stop reading.―—Jason Fagone, author

of The Woman Who Smashed Codes “Sarah Rose's edge-of-the-seat spy

thriller weaves the incredible stories of World War II's forgotten

heroines—daring, modern, and key to defeating the Nazis in France.

Brilliantly researched and gorgeously written—with a cameo from

Winston Churchill—this is the D-Day book the world has been waiting

for.―—Karen Abbott, author of Sin in the Second City and Liar,

Temptress, Soldier, Spy“Sarah Rose has worked wonders to provide a


fresh, thrilling account of the female spies whose courage and audacity

helped win the day on June 6, 1944.―—Alex Kershaw, author of The

Bedford Boys and Avenue of Spies“Rose delivers a swift moving . . .

expert blow-by-blow account. . . . A readable spy thriller that fights

against the idea of ‘the original sin of women at war.â€â€•â€”Kirkus

Reviews Sarah Rose is the author of For All the Tea in China: How

England Stole the World's Favorite Drink and Changed History. She has

written for the Wall Street Journal, Outside, The Saturday Evening Post,

and Men's Journal. In 2014, she was awarded a Lowell Thomas Prize in

Travel Writing. See all Editorial Reviews

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