4th Annual Love-A-Spook Day – An Insignificant Quaker Woman

By Jay Holmes

Three years ago, my writing partner, Piper Bayard, declared October 31st to be Love-A-Spook Day in appreciation of the quiet contributions of the intelligence community. In real life, versus Hollywood, not all spooks are highly trained supermen and superwomen who look like Daniel Craig and Scarlett Johansson. Many are simple people who rise to the occasion of their moment in history. Lydia Darragh was one of those people.

Lydia Barrington Darragh

Lydia Barrington Darragh

To learn about this remarkable nurse, midwife, and spy who affected the course of history, please click on the link below, and remember to transfer your subscription. We want to welcome you all to our new digs.

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4th Annual Love a Spook Day

An Insignificant Quaker Woman

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7 comments on “4th Annual Love-A-Spook Day – An Insignificant Quaker Woman

  1. Always interesting to hear about these people. Their courage and commitment is amazing.

  2. A fascinating tale! She was one heck of a woman. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  3. Thanks for the tale. One definitely worth reading

  4. edisurahman46 says:

    never send me message again , are u understand ?

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