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An English Town Puzzles Over a spy who Came in From the Cold

For Amber McAuley, life in Salisbury - a picturesque cathedral town best known as the gateway to Stonehenge - has become surreal ever since the town became the scene of a spy drama worthy of John le Carre. The 20-year-old film student became a bit player in the story when she went to the Mill pub on March 4, only to learn the next day that a former Russian spy and his daughter might have been poisoned there a few hours earlier. "It all just kind of feels a bit surreal," she...

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