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Ann Mah



Ann Mah is a freelance journalist based in Paris, whose articles about food, travel, fashion, style and the arts have appeared in Conde Nast Traveler, the International Herald Tribune, Washingtonian magazine, the South China Morning Post, the Insider's Guide to Beijing, and many other publications.

Genres: Historical
 
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Campaign Widows (2018)
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"With a keen eye and razor-sharp wit, Aimee Agresti depicts the presidential campaign trail from a new and refreshing angle: the spouses left holding down the home fort in Washington, DC. Fun and fast-paced, populated with a lovable cast of characters-and peppered with undeniably dishy details-Campaign Widows will keep you turning the pages."
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The Late Bloomers' Club (2018)
Louise Miller
"Written with insight, honesty, and dry wit, The Late Bloomers' Club is as cheery and warming as a campfire, an escape into a world where the cakes are homemade, the summer evenings glimmer with fireflies, and thoughtfulness always triumphs."
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The Last Book Party (2019)
Karen Dukess
"Karen Dukess has written a modern yet timeless coming-of-age story about friendship, romance, and one young woman's complicated relationship with a wickedly charming family of literary superstars. Emotional and evocative, The Last Book Party left me aching for the hard lessons of youth, trembling with hope?and utterly transfixed until the final page."
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The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux (2020)
(Sophie Valroux, book 1)
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"Featuring an ambitious young chef, an elegant château, and the enduring charm of the French countryside, The Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux is the perfect escape! Pour yourself a glass of wine, put on a Charles Trenet album, pick up this book, and you're there..."

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