Shipman, Pat. New York: William Morrow (2007). First Edition. xi, 450 pp. Photos. Index. Short tear to jacket. Contents clean and tight. Inscribed “For ___ with best wishes” and signed by the author. “Shipman makes a good case that Mata Hari was a naive, innocent scapegoat for a demoralized French military that had endured heavy losses and mutinous troops, and that she was also the victim of a hypocritical, rigidly moralistic patriarchy offended by her shameless sexuality.” – PW Book: Very Good. Dust Jacket: Very Good.