Meg Waite Clayton

Meg Waite Clayton is the New York Times bestselling author of The Race for Paris, the story of two journalists vying to make history by reporting the liberation of Paris in the summer of 1944. It's being called "thrilling" (San Jose Mercury News), and "a striking glimpse into what life was like for the predecessors of some of today’s most famous female journalists" (Kirkus), and is a Historical Novel Reviews editor's choice, a BBC best summer read, and an Indie Next pick.