The Housewife Who Was a Spy


Moscow’s Most Daring Wartime Spy

By Ben Macintyre

We have at last, in Ben Macintyre’s “Agent Sonya,” the tale of a fully fleshed-out female spy. Not a femme fatale with a tiny pistol in her purse, Sonya was a spy who loved her kids and was racked by guilt for neglecting them, who had serious babysitter problems, a woman whose heart was broken by Mr. Wrong — a woman very much like the rest of us. Except not quite. Macintyre, the author of numerous books on spies and…

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