Marcia Mitchell is the author of numerous non-fiction and fiction books. She is a former Associate Director of the American Film Institute, and former senior executive of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. She divides her time between her homes in the Black Hills of South Dakota and Southern California.
'One of the crucial untold stories of the Iraq war is told with great passion and sensitivity by Marcia and Thomas Mitchell. It is fitting tribute to the courage of Katharine Gun, who blew the whistle on transatlantic dirty tricks at the highest levels of government in London and Washington. A morality tale for the 21st century' Martin Bright, New Statesman Books of the Year