Characters - Alphabetical
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HughAlexanderAn Irish-born British cryptanalyst.
PrincessAlexandraThe Queen's cousin and a working member of the Royal Family.
JaneAustenAn English novelist.
Johann S.BachGerman composer and musician of the Baroque era.
KeithBateyBritish cryptographer.
L. FrankBaumAmerican children's writer, editor, journalist, screenwriter.
IngridBergmanSwedish actress.
Mr.BirchMiss Senyard's acquaintance.
WrenBishopA girl who was seeing an American officer.
RobbieBlaineSheila's acquaintance.
Mrs.BowdenMrs. Finch's acquaintance.
Mr.BradshawA paymaster commander.
W.BreisbachOsla's acquaintance.
GuinevereBrodrickCountess of Midleton.
CharlotteBronteAn English novelist and poet.
CharlotteBrontëAn English novelist and poet.
DaisyBuchananThe author of Insatiable.
LewisCarrollAn English writer, logician, Anglican deacon and photographer.
AndrewCavendish11th Duke of Devonshire.
Mrs.ChadwickOne of Beth's married sisters.
ThomasChalmersScottish minister, professor of theology, political economist.
AgathaChristieEnglish mystery and detective writer.
WinstonChurchillBritish statesman served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
MabelChurtA girl striving to make a better life for her mother and young sister.
Mrs.ChurtMab's mother.
JoanClarkeEnglish cryptanalyst and numismatist.
JohnCornwellOsla's Good Samaritan. Aka: J.P.E.C.
BingCrosbyAmerican singer, actor and comedian.
AndrewCunninghamA British Admiral of the Fleet.
AgnusDeiThe name of the machine. aka: Aggie.
AlastairDennistonBritish cryptographer and Royal Navy Commander.
CharlesDickensEnglish writer and social critic.
KarlDönitzGerman admiral during the Nazi era who succeeded Adolf Hitler.
JohnDonneEnglish poet, scholar, soldier.
Caroline M.Douglas-ScottDaughter of the 8th Duke of Buccleuch and Mary Lascelles.
Arthur ConanDoyleScottish physician and author.
Daphnedu MaurierBritish writer.
IanFarquharBrodrick's acquaintance.
MissFentonSally's acquaintance.
BethanFinchA spinster under the thumb of her overbearing mother .aka: Beth.
Mr.FinchBeth's father.
MurielFinchBeth's mother.
GretaGarboSwedish-American actress.
ValerieGlassborowKate Middleton's grandmother. aka: Val.
IanGrahamA journalist.
Francis C.GrayForeign Office official and mediocre poet.
ThomasHardyBritish actor, screenwriter and producer.
BillyHartingtonFuture Duke of Devonshire.
NormanHartnellThe leading British fashion designer, for ladies of the royal family.
David MilfordHavenPhilip's friend.
Dame MyraHessBritish pianist.
AdolfHitlerLeader of the Nazi Party.
A.E.HousmanBritish classical scholar and poet.
GeoffreyIrvingMab's acquaintance.
KenJohnsonA swing band leader and dancer. aka: Snakehips.
AndrewKemptonMab's acquaintance.
OslaKendallThe wartime girlfriend of Prince Philip.
PhyllidaKentOne of BP's workers.
Dillwyn AlfredKnoxBeth's boss.
VeronicaLakeAmerican film, stage, and television actress.
VladimirLeninFounder of the Soviet Union.
AliceLiddellThe registered name of a patient.
PrincessMargaretCountess of Snowdon.
MissMarpleOne of Christie's best-known characters.
Sheila JeanMcGeeHarry Zarb's wife.
AlexanderMcQueenBritish fashion designer and couturier.
KateMiddletonDuchess Of Cambridge.
GlennMillerAmerican big band musician, arranger, composer and bandleader.
DeborahMitfordThe Dowager Duchess of Devonshire.
EdwardMolyneuxParis-based British fashion designer.
BernardMontgomeryBritish Army officer, Commander of Allied forces.
LordMountbattenBritish Royal Navy officer. He was Prince Philip's uncle.
PhilipMountbattenFormerly Prince Philip of Greece.
BenitoMussoliniFormer Prime Minister of Italy.
IsaacNewtonEnglish mathematician, physicist, astronomer, theologian.
SarahNortonOsla's friend. aka: Sally
RolfNoskwithA cryptographer at the Bletchley Park British military base.
ScarlettO'HaraA protagonist in the novel Gone with the Wind.
WilfredOwenEnglish poet and soldier.
WilfredOwenEnglish poet and soldier.
HerculePoirotAgatha Christie's detective.
HerculePoirotA fictional Belgian detective by Agatha Christie.
FannyPriceThe heroine in Jane Austen's 1814 novel.
Mrs.RileyOne of Beth's married sisters.
MargaretRockBeth's supervisor. aka: Peggy.
Franklin D.Roosevelt32nd president of the United States from 1933 until 1945.
FriedrichSchillerGerman poet, philosopher, historian, and playwright
Mr.ScopelliHarry's acquaintance.
MissSenyardOsla's supervisor.
Dr.SetonBeth's physician.
WilliamShakespeareEnglish playwright and poet.
MikeSharpeMab's second husband.
WrenStevensMab's co-worker.
BramStokerIrish novelist and short story writer.
GilesTalbotA Bletchley Park's worker.
WilliamThackerayA British novelist, author and illustrator.
CommanderTravisThe madhouse new warden.
AlanTuringMr. Zarb's acquaintance.
PeterTwinnBeth's new boss.
OscarWildeIrish poet and playwright.
Angus FrankWilsonAn English novelist and short story writer.
Henry Omar D.ZarbBeth's acquaintance. aka: Harry.
Albert Prince of Consort. Queen Victoria's husband.
Alice of Battenberg Mother of Prince Philip and mother-in-law of Queen Elizabeth II.
Arthur One of Francis Gray's friends.
Asa A BP worker.
Boadicea The queen of the British Celtic Iceni tribe.
Boots Beth's dog.
Charlie A young naval officer.
Christopher Harry Zarb's son.
Claire Beth's co-worker.
Cohen Harry's friend.
Edward Mab's son. aka: Eddie.
Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Full name of Elizabeth II - the Queen of the United Kingdom.
George Philip's cousin. The King of Greece.
Georges One of Francis Gray's friends.
Harold An officer working at BP.
Henry V King of England.
Hinsley One of the workers at Bletchley Park.
Jack Sheila's lover.
Jane Osla's co-worker.
Jean Beth's co-worker.
Jimmy Stevens's fiancé.
Kit One of Francis Gray's friends.
Lilibet Philip's cousin.
Lucy 1 Mab's sister.
Lucy 2 Mab's daughter.
Marina Philip's cousin.
Maurice Harry's cousin.
Molyneux A designer.
Napoleon French general and emperor.
Napoleon French general and emperor.
Olive Dilly Knox's wife.
Pinstripes Travis' acquaintance.
Queen Victoria Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
Rowe A matron in the asylum.