The Women Who Flew for Hitler: The True Story of Hitler's Valkyries
A riveting double biography of Nazi Germany's most highly decorated women test pilots - Hitler's personal Valkyries.
Vividly drawn . . . this is a thrilling story. * Telegraph * This is popular history of a high order. * Times * A satisfying, rollicking read . . . well researched and beautifully written. * Spectator * This compelling work has the drama and suspense of the best movie scripts. * Library Journal USA * Biographer Mulley comes through in a major way . . . absolutely gripping. * Booklist, USA * An utterly compelling read * Historia * Packed with detail and colour. * History Revealed *
Clare Mulley is the award-winning author of two books, The Spy Who Loved: the secrets and lives of one of Britain's bravest wartime heroines, which has been optioned for film and The Woman Who Saved the Children: A Biography of Eglantyne Jebb, which won the Daily Mail Biographers' Club Prize. She has also contributed to The Arvon Book of Life-Writing and reviews for The Spectator and History Today. She lives in Saffron Walden, with her husband, three daughters, and lurcher.