You may remember us giving you the low down on The Debs of Bletchley Park and other stories a while ago?
The brilliantly engaging page-turner shone a light on the ladies that worked at Bletchley Park during its most successful period.
In all, 12000 worked there, and 9000 were women.
From the debutantes who chauffeured the boffins to and from work, or were employed as filing clerks, to those who operated machines or listed endless streams of figures.
Together, they cracked German messages, largely unaware of the major impac their work was having on the war. If you’ve yet to turn the pages, you might like to know that the paperback version is now in stores.
Treat yourself to a cheeky holiday read, or a bedside book.