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Jeannie Rousseau, a diminutive spy and an extraordinary tale of courage

November 17, 2017 | By Jim Stovall | 1 Comment | Filed in: journalism.

She was small, too small to be a danger to anyone.  And she was attractive, a good-time girl, maybe even a little flighty. Plus, she had a talent for getting people, particularly men, to talk to her. Those traits hid her steely courage, creativity, resourcefulness—and, maybe most importantly, a photographic memory. Jeannie Rousseau was a • Read More »