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Meredith Jaeger

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Meredith is a USA Today Bestselling Author. She is a native of the San Francisco Bay Area, where she was raised by a Swiss father and an American mother. She is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Genres: Historical, Historical Mystery
New and upcoming books
   The Dressmaker's Dowry (2017)
   Boardwalk Summer (2018)
   The Pilot's Daughter (2021)
   The Incorrigibles (2024)
Meredith Jaeger recommends
Beautiful Little Fools (2022)
Jillian Cantor
"Both heartbreaking and satisfying, Cantor's gorgeous reimagining of Fitzgerald's classic novel gives each of its female characters the depth she deserves, by placing the women center stage. Jordan Baker and Daisy Buchanan shine as they navigate a gin-soaked summer rife with the dangers of male egos struggling for power. I could not stop turning the pages as I rooted for each of these women, balancing the tightrope of societal expectations while daring to dream. Jillian Cantor is a sparkling talent in the genre of historical fiction."
A Summer to Remember (2021)
Erika Montgomery
"A timeless tale of romance, Hollywood nostalgia, and family secrets."
Summer Darlings (2020)
Brooke Lea Foster
"Rendered in evocative historical detail, Summer Darlings is a compelling debut, a taut portrait of money and social status, and of a young woman navigating her place in the world. Foster offers a glittering glimpse into the private lives of New England's elite families, while exposing the dark underbelly of privilege. I couldn't stop turning the pages until I had reached the breathless, satisfying conclusion."
The Star-Crossed Sisters of Tuscany (2020)
One Italian Summer

Lori Nelson Spielman
"With lush descriptions of Italy, poignant writing and intriguing family secrets, The Star Crossed Sisters of Tuscany is as effervescent as an Aperol Spritz and written in Lori Nelson Spielman's signature heartfelt style. Emilia's journey of self-discovery transported me to Venice's enchanting canals and the striking beauty of the Amalfi Coast, while Poppy's story--set sixty years earlier--wove in the lasting impact of the Berlin Wall. I didn't want to leave Nelson Spielman's lovably flawed cast of characters behind, but her satisfying conclusion brought a smile to my face."

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