Lady Sophia Garfield took a first aid post immediately after the war began, even though her activities had to be confined to the clerical, as the mere sight of knees made her squeamish. She felt she was doing her bit until she noticed most of her female friends held the most glamorous cloak-and-dagger positions to which they could allude mysteriously in breathless whispers. Terribly jealous, Sophia wished that she too, could be a glamorous female spy.

Pigeon Pie
Nancy Mitford
Copyright 1959
186 pages
7.5"h x 5.5"w

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