Young Robyn adores Bletchley Park, where she’s grown up and her father works as a driver. Then WWII begins and everything changes. Robyn isn’t allowed to leave the park and must sign the Official Secrets Act. But Robyn notices something sinister happening at Bletchley Park and resolves to get to the bottom of it, whilst the adults are occupied with the war effort.
Inspired by true events – the author’s great-aunt worked at Bletchley Park as a code breaker and later as a Spy – Rhian Tracey writes convincingly about the ways in which the war changed the ambitions of young women and the reality of life for children in wartime Britain in the 1940s.
Filled with friendship and adventure, I, Spy from Bonnier Zaffe is a wonderful read for young history lovers.
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