Rosalind Franklin was a brilliant scientist whose work was instrumental in the discovery of the double-helix structure of DNA. Despite her significant contributions, she was never given the credit she deserved during her lifetime. It is only now, through the work of journalists and scholars like Anne Sayre, that the truth about Franklin’s achievements is coming to light. Sayre’s book is a fascinating account of Franklin’s life and her role in the unraveling of one of the greatest scientific mysteries of our time. Through rare photographs and Sayre’s insightful commentary, readers can gain a deeper appreciation for the scientist who never received the recognition she deserved.