The Secret Life of Bletchley Park: The WWII Codebreaking Centre and the Men and Women Who Worked There
I may be being a bit harsh on this book, which makes a decent attempt at filling in the social history of one of the greatest contributors to wartime victory: but it felt like it missed almost all the excitement and significance of Bletchley Park and failed to really dig into the characters of those involved, despite extensive interviews. At the very least it might motivate one to read Alan Turing: The Enigma or one of the other histories or memoires that have come out in the past few years.
2/5. Finished 12 January 2014.
(Originally published on Goodreads.)