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The Secret Life of Bletchley Park by Sinclair McKay

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'McKay's book is an eloquent tribute to a quite remarkable group of men and women, whose like we will not see again.' Four stars **** (Mail On Sunday )

'I found this a truly breathtaking, eye-opening book.' (A. N. Wilson Reader's Digest )

'Mckay has succeeded in honouring a genuinely remarkable group of people in a solid, often entertaining and above all warm-hearted way.' (Daily Mail )

'It is their stories, and the humbling thought of what their dedication to duty achieved, that make this book worth reading.' Four stars **** (Daily Telegraph )

'A remarkably faithful account of what we did, why it mattered, and how it all felt at the time.' (The Guardian )

'It is all so indelibly - and movingly - British.' Five stars ***** (Seven (Sunday Telegraph) )

'Intriguing oral history…with an anecdotal style McKay offers new insights into what life was like at the famous station’ (Who Do You Think You Are magazine )

‘A telling and fascinating account of an extraordinary war’ (Good Book Guide )

'Amazing compendium of first-hand memories' (Sunday Express )

'a telling and fascinating account of an extraordinary war' (Good Book Guide )

The Secret Life of Bletchley Park

The Secret Life of Bletchley Park (fiction)
Sinclair McKay (Author)
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There have been a plethora of books on Bletchley Park and the crucial part it played in the downfall of Nazi Germany. This, though, is the first to put a human face to the extraordinary ordinary people who toiled tirelessly to crack the intercepted enemy codes and help turn the Second World War in the Allies' favour. 

Through a series of interviews with those who worked at the intelligence centre in the nondescript Buckinghamshire town, Sinclair McKay has been able to breathe new life into a well-mined story. Bound by the Official Secrets Act, many had not spoken about their war-time roles before; indeed, so assiduously did they follow the letter of the Act, relatives went to their graves thinking their offspring had somehow shirked their patriotic duties during the conflict, rather than being unsung, anonymous heroes. 

A book that deserves to sit alongside more scholarly offerings on the shelf. 
An excellent book giving an insight into what went on behind the scenes during the war. Gave us the edge over the NAZI party and thier aspirations. A very absorbing read. 

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