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The Spy Went Dancing

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It is 1966. An ace operative, code named Tiger, is called out of semiretirement by the CIA for a crucial mission. Tiger is Aline, countess of ... Show synopsis

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  • Oh So Social Oct 26, 2012
    by LeslieKE

    OSS spy Aline recruits the Duchess of Windsor to help catch Nazi art thieves. Jackie Onassis and Eva Peron are also featured.

  • Great Series May 22, 2007
    by suchabookie

    A while back I picked up another of the books by this author at a yard sale. I was familiar with the story of the USA's "lady spies" such as Julia Child already, but had never heard of Aline Countess of Romanones. The book turned out to be fascinating reading, and I have since acquired two more of her memoirs, including this one. This book might not be great literature, but the reader soon feels like she's (he's) right there next to Aline, listening in to conversation, seeing the characters, and experiencing the thrill (and fear) along with her. I'm really glad not to have missed these stories. (Note: The other two "Spy" stories are "The Spy Wore Red" and "The Spy Wore Silk".)

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