A Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist describes her investigation into her father’s past as an undercover agent during World War II. She discovers how his experiences haunted both him and her family.


  • Lucinda Franks Writer for "The New York Times" since the mid-1970s; contributor to "New York Times Book Review," "The Atlantic Monthly," "The Nation," "Travel and Leisure," "People," and "New York," among other publications; and author of "Waiting Out a War" and "Wild Apples."

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