|Appears in|| The Messenger|
The Secret Servant
Portrait of a Spy
|Relationships||Mikhail Abramov, romantic interest|
Sarah Bancroft, who had a degree in art, had recently broken off a relationship; her former boyfriend was on one of the planes that crashed into the trade towers on September 11, 2001.
Key Events Edit
The Messenger Edit
The Secret Servant Edit
Moscow Rules Edit
Sarah played the niece of Sir John Boothby, who had to sell a painting by Mary Cassatt. Gabriel Allon painted a copy of the original painting. Elena Kharkov recognized Gabriel's painting as a forgery immediately but told her husband, Ivan Kharkov, to buy it for her.
Gabriel assigned Sarah and Mikhail Abramov to play the part of a couple. After Mikhail met Elena Kharkov, he took her off to feign having a short affair, thereby allowing Gabriel Allon time to recruit Elena to work against her husband, Ivan Kharkov. Sarah and Mikhail feigned an argument. Sarah disappeared and Mikhail followed a short time later after being beat up by Ivan Kharkov's thugs.
The Defector Edit
Sarah was revealed to be in a relationship with Mikhail Abramov of the Office. She distracted Vladimir Chernov in Geneva by posing as a woman Chernov had supposedly scorned to allow Uzi Navot and others to abduct him, his driver and his bodyguard.
Portrait of a Spy Edit
- Catherine Blanchard in The Secret Servant
- Sarah Crawford in Moscow Rules.
- Irene Moore in The Secret Servant and The Defector.