Clare Mulley is the award-winning author of three biographies: The Women Who Flew for Hitler (2017), The Spy Who Loved: The Secrets and Lives of Christine Granville (2013), and The Woman Who Saved the Children (2009). The Spy Who Loved is a biography of Britain's first female special agent of the Second World War and attracted an abundance of excellent reviews. It has been optioned as a film by Universal Studios, and saw her receiving Poland's national Bene Merito honour in 2014.
A passionate public speaker, Clare is an expert on the female agents of the SOE, and frequently lectures on the subject in universities, museums and festivals. She has made several television and radio appearances, including BBC Radio 4's Women's Hour and programmes for The History Channel. She writes and reviews for The Telegraph, The Spectator, BBC History Magazine and History Today. She was chair of the judges for the Historical Writers Association 2017 non-fiction prize, and has recently become an honorary patron of the Wimpole History Festival.