Bedford School teacher and local historian, Mr O'Connor, has recently added 'Agent Fifi and the Wartime Honeytrap Spies' to his collection of books on secret operations.
Very Special Agent Fifi was described as ‘one of the most expert liars in the world’. Employed by the Special Operations Executive (SOE), Churchill’s wartime spook organisation, her job was to entrap trainee agents and test their mettle in the field. Kept secret for seventy-five years, her existence long treated as a myth, Fifi’s files were declassified in 2014 and her identity revealed. She was Marie Chilver, a half-Latvian, half-British escapee from occupied Europe. Marie’s extraordinary story reveals the inner workings of Britain’s secret services and the lengths the SOE would go to in equipping their agents for their highly dangerous espionage work in Nazi-dominated Europe.
Boys can borrow the above book as well as a number of Mr O'Connor's other publications from the school library.
Copies can also be obtained from: https://www.amberley-books.com/agent-fifi-and-the-wartime-honeytrap-spies.html
Visit his author site: www.lulu.com/spotlight/coprolite