“I am Eva Delectorskaya,” Sally Gilmartin announces, and so on a warm summer afternoon in 1976 her daughter, Ruth, learns that everything she ever knew about her mother was a carefully constructed lie. Sally Gilmartin is a respectable English widow living in picturesque Cotswold village; Eva Delectorskaya was a rigorously trained World War II spy, a woman who carried fake passports and retreated to secret safe houses, a woman taught to lie and deceive, and above all, to never trust anyone. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Each year, APA honors the best titles in audio publishing at a gala dinner held in conjunction with APAC and BEA. In 2012 the Seventeenth Annual Audies Gala was held at the New-York Historical Society in New York City on Tuesday, June 5. Awards were bestowed in 30 categories, including Biography/Memoir, Business, History, Non-Fiction, Audiobook of the Year, and Distinguished Achievement in Production.