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Pam Jenoff was born in Maryland and raised outside Philadelphia. She attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and Cambridge University in England. Upon receiving her master's in history from Cambridge, she accepted an appointment as Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Army.

Following her work at the Pentagon, Jenoff moved to the State Department. In 1996 she was assigned to the U.S. Consulate in Krakow, Poland. Having left the Foreign Service in 1998 to attend law school at the University of Pennsylvania, Jenoff is now employed as an attorney in Philadelphia, where she also does pro bono and civic work focusing on at-risk youth, hunger relief and homelessness.

Genres: Historical, Historical Romance, Romance, Mystery
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Last Twilight in Paris
Jordan Weiss
   1. Almost Home (2009)

     aka The Officer's Lover

   2. A Hidden Affair (2010)
Winter Guest
   1. The Winter Guest (2014)
   1.5. The Other Girl (2014)
   The Things We Cherished (2011)
   The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach (2015)
     aka The Last Embrace
   The Orphan's Tale (2017)
   The Lost Girls Of Paris (2018)
   The Woman with the Blue Star (2021)
   Code Name Sapphire (2023)
   The Department of Stolen Heirlooms (2025)
   Last Twilight in Paris (2025)
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   Grand Central (2014) (with others)
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Pam Jenoff recommends
The Days I Loved You Most (2024)
Amy Neff
"Fans of Nicholas Sparks's The Notebook will devour this unforgettable story about loss, second chances and the lengths to which we are willing to go for love. Grab your tissues and call your book club because your next must-read has arrived!"
The Sicilian Inheritance (2024)
Jo Piazza
"Strong women, rich history and page-turning suspense make for a rich and satisfying read . . . In The Sicilian Inheritance, Jo Piazza turns her formidable talents to the dual present/past timeline of a woman who goes to Italy because of a bequest but discovers much deeper - and more dangerous - family secrets."
The Queen of Sugar Hill (2024)
ReShonda Tate Billingsley
"In The Queen of Sugar Hill, ReShonda Tate illuminates the little-known story of Hattie McDaniel, the first Black person to ever win an Academy Award for her role in Gone With The Wind. Tate brilliantly depicts the tale of this extraordinary trailblazer and the extraordinary circumstances she overcame in a book that is important and inspiring."

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