This is a must read from the Washington Post. Two former female OSS spies from the 1940’s meet up in the same retirement community almost 70 years later.
If there isn’t a writer working on a Golden Girls-like spy sitcom, they should get started right away.
However, even though these ladies were called “Donovan’s Girl’s” they did real spy work and weren’t just glorified secretary’s.
One of the ladies, Elizabeth MacIntosh, became Deputy Chief of CounterIntelligence and the other wrote two books on her time in the CIA, “Undercover Girl” and “Sisterhood of Spies.”