Juliet, recently orphaned and coming to MI5 seemingly by chance, transcribes conversations in the neighbouring flat between a double agent and some British Nazis thrilled to believe that they are helping the Gestapo. She is a plucky, middle-class girl with no sex education and a romantic view of her gentlemanly boss
A tale of two time frames
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