I was asked to review this book through Love Reading Ambassadors. Bletchley for me was on my bucket list and two summers ago I finally got to visit. Bletchley has always intrigued me we do not know exactly everything that went on due to records destroyed and information still being classified.
this is a different slant on the war in Bletchley - the house was requisitioned from the owners for the war effort. The owner in this case was approached by Hermon Goring she wanted revenge as felt embittered that the government requisitioned the house so begins a spying operation on the very house that is being used to spy on the enemy break codes etc- I am not sure how much the owners would have known in reality as to what was going on at Bletchley , but this makes for a good read. Then in comes a WAAF who knows something is not right. Will the young WAAF save the day or will the owner bring Bletchley park down and cause Britain to lose the war?
This book is well written and well researched (it should be the authors mother was at Bletchley during the war) I was on the edge of my seat not knowing what would be the final outcome?