Craig Gralley was born in New York City and spent his childhood in Westport, Connecticut. After graduating from Allegheny College, Craig joined the Central Intelligence Agency and over the course of his career, he's served as a senior officer in most of the agency's directorates--including a stint as Chief Speechwriter for three CIA directors. With graduate degrees from Georgetown University (Government) and Johns Hopkins (Writing), Craig is now a freelance writer and author focused on the inspiring stories of quiet heroes. When he's not writing, Craig enjoys long distance running and adventure travel with his wife, Janet. Their son, Will, is a professional DJ in the Washington, DC area.
Hall of Mirrors--Virginia Hall: America's Greatest Spy of WWII
Few Americans know that America's greatest spy of the Second World War was a disabled woman from Baltimore named Virginia Hall. Hall of Mirrors tells Hall's story as she would tell it--in her voice: how she overcame physical limitation and gender discrimination to become one of the most decorated women of World War II.