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'I think I'm in danger. It's a matter of some urgency. You must please come at once.'

After receiving a mysterious summons from her long-lost grandmother, Australian teacher Annabel Logan agrees to visit her home in the Cotswolds. But when she arrives at the magnificent Beechwood Hall, it appears abandoned and the local villagers have no idea where the reclusive Caroline Banks might be.

The one person who might know something is enigmatic journalist Simon Culpepper. He reveals that Caroline Banks was once known as Carrie Granger. A socialite's daughter, Carrie became a spy and agent provocateur for MI5 during the Second World War. But when British intelligence failed to investigate a dangerous traitor, she decided to take matters into her own hands .

Concerned that her grandmother's secret past has caught up with her, Annabel stays on to investigate. But the more she uncovers, the more difficult it becomes to know who to trust. There are strange incidents occurring at Beechwood and Annabel must use all her ingenuity and daring to find Carrie before it's too late.

From the streets of Seville, Paris and London in the thirties and forties, to the modern English countryside The Traitor's Girl is a captivating story of passion, intrigue and betrayal.

Fiction & Literature
1 May
Penguin Random House Australia
Penguin Random House Australia Pty Ltd

Customer Reviews

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Absolutely loved this book and its intriguing plot and real life characters. It was well written, engaging and suspenseful until the very end. Can't wait to read more novels by this outstanding author.

Aussielassie ,

The Traitors Girl

This book defines the term 'a good read'. It tells the tale of a former spy, is very well written and tells an excellent story. Christine Wells combines the elegance of Le Carre with the tension of Fleming. The characters are strong, layered and well defined. I'm hoping there may be other adventures for Carrie and Annabelle, a formidable team!

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