Jean Overton Fuller
Jean Overton Fuller was born in England on March 7, 1915. Raised as a Renaissance and independent woman by her mother, Jean grew to be interested in a variety of filds. After graduating from the university of London with honours, she began a short liver career as a stage actress. During the war, she worked as an employee at the British Postal Censorship Office in London. A personal friend of Noor Inayat Khan and her family, after the War Jean set to find out what had happen to her. After extensive travels through Europe, she published the book Madeleine that tells Noor's story. The British author seemed to have become entranced by Henri Dericourt whom she had met while searching for the truth of what had happened to Noor. In 2007, the memoires of Jean Overton Fuller were published under the name Driven To It, An Autobiography. She passed away in Kettering on April 8, 2009.