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"The Secret Life of Kitty Granger" by G.D. Falksen

The Secret Life of Kitty Granger cover

It's 1967, and Kitty Granger is about to accidentally become a spy. A working-class girl from London's East End who today would be recognized as autistic, she's spent sixteen years hiding her peculiarities from the world. But after her hyper-awareness helps her survive a chance encounter with a Russian spy ring, two British secret agents offer her a job.

Kitty's first mission draws her into a fascist conspiracy led by a prominent politician—who's also an unreformed Nazi sympathizer. With help from her team, Kitty must use her wits, training, and instincts to get out alive. And she might as well save the country while she's at it.

Publication date: #March2021 #2021year

*Note: While Kitty Granger isn't explicitly labeled as autistic in the book, the author has confirmed her to be autistic in the author's note, which explains that due to the time period in which it is set, autism wouldn't have been a diagnosis that this character could have received. I do want to say that I have read this and as a fellow autistic, can personally vouch for the autism rep being really well-done!


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