About this book
The long-awaited follow-up to Segrave's previous title "The Diary Of A Breast", this is at once a vivid recreation of WWII and a powerful portrait of a mother-daughter relationship. With extensive material about code-breaking work at Bletchley Park, this will appeal to all history buffs and fans of Sinclair McKay's "The Secret Life Of Bletchley Park". *Also appeared in May Buyer's Notes*
In The Girl From Station X, Segrave opens the pages of her mother's diaries to us and recreates her life both before and after the war.