Two of the British officers, Captain P. R. Reid and Captain Rupert Barry, worked together to create a code that Barry then wrote in a letter to his wife, Dodo, upon whom the fictional Dotty, code-named Charity, is based. The real-life heroine, Dodo Barry, was a highly intelligent woman who could solve the complicated Times of London crossword puzzle in mere minutes. Captain Rupert Barry doted upon his beloved wife and, what’s more, he deeply appreciated and respected her keen mind. He felt more than confident in his wife’s abilities to crack the code they devised.
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Celebrating Women’s History Month: Didi Nearne
All three of the Nearnes entered service with the British Special Operations Executive, or SOE, which was called “Churchill’s secret army.” A group within the SOE was called the F Section Networks. These networks were established in France to transmit and receive coded messages just like Temperance does in Temperance’s Trial. Due to the ease of detection and the German’s determination to track down these operators, it was one of the most dangerous duties assigned to agents within the SOE.
Hallee’s 49th Birthday Scavenger Hunt!
Today I’m celebrating my 49th birthday with a scavenger hunt through Temperance’s Trial!
Celebrate the 7th Anniversary of VE Day with FREE Virtues and Valor Series!
To commemorate today’s 7th anniversary of VE Day, I’ve put the ENTIRE Virtues and Valor series free on Amazon. Click this link and get yours today.