Title: Churchill’s Secret Agent
Author: Josephine Butler
Butler, Josephine (1983). Churchill’s Secret Agent. Ashburton, Devon, UK: Blaketon-Hall
- Codename “Jay Bee”.
- Butler, Josephine, 1901-
- Churchill, Winston, 1874-1965–Military leadership.
- World War, 1939-1945–Secret service–Great Britain.
- Spies–Great Britain–Biography.
Date Posted: September 29, 2017
According to the CIA the account published within the boards of this book is a complete fabrication.
In addition to the significant dismiss lent by the CIA, none of Leo Marks, M.R.D. Foot, E.H. Cookridge, Christopher Andrew, or Gordon Thomas; all trustworthy authorities, make any mention of Josephine Butler. Neither is she mentioned amongst the permanent SOE exhibits displayed at Beaulieu Abbey, Hampshire, England. Her account is written in a manner and style that does not befit someone of the class and required acuity to work for Britains wartime secret intelligence agencies.
 See Jon A. Wiant, “Intelligence in Recent Public Literature,” Counterfeit Spies: Genuine or Bogus? An Astonishing Investigation into Secret Agents of the Second World War. By Nigel West. London: St. Ermin’s Press, 1999 (review), accessed at https://www.cia.gov/library/center-for-the-study-of-intelligence/csi-publications/csi-studies/studies/vol46no2/article10.html, September 29, 2017.