The Postmistress of Paris is a New York Times Book Review Editors’ Choice (February 13, 2022)
a Good Morning America Buzz Pick (December 11, 2021):
More News about The Postmistress of Paris
- It’s a People Magazine pick
- The San Francisco Chronicle calls The Postmistress of Paris “An evocative love story layered with heroism and intrigue — the film ‘Casablanca’ if Rick had an artsy bent … powerful.”
- an IndieNext Selection for December — US Booksellers favorite reads!
- #2 on the LoanStars list — the most anticipated books as voted by library staff across Canada
- received a starred Library Journal review (“⭐️ A true gem … a testament to the power of good.”)
- is one of Publishers Weekly’s Notable Book for Fall/Winter 2021!
- PublishersLunch Notable New Release for November 2021
- Bookbub Best Historical Fiction to Read this Fall
- received a starred Publishers Weekly Review (“This sterling portrait of a complex woman stands head and shoulders above most contemporary WWII fiction.”)
- Book tour dates, with in-person and virtual events, Listed Here.
New Interviews with Meg:
- Meg Waite Clayton on Finding New Ways to Tell Old Stories: Meg chats with Jane Ciabattari on Lithub
- Evanston heiress Mary Jayne Gold, who helped rescue Jews and artists in Nazi-occupied France, is the inspiration for a new novel by a bestselling author by Nara Schoenberg in the Chicago Tribune
- Art, Love, and Resistance in 1940s: Talking with Meg Waite Clayton by Lucy Jane Bledsoe in The Rumpus
- “The Postmistress of Paris: A WWII Drama Celebrating a Heroine Who Saved Parisians from the Nazis” by Jessica Gliddon in Marin Magazine October 21, 2021
News about The Last Train to London
- The Last Train to London was on the September 2, 2021 USA Today bestseller list.
Beautiful Exiles was named by Town & Country Magazine as on of the “11 Best Books Based on True Stories” — on a list with books by John Steinbeck, Jack Kerouak, Colson Whitehead, Hilary Mantel, Tim O’Brien, and Nora Ephron.
The Last Train to London – is an international bestseller! Also
• a bestseller in the U.S., Canada, and Europe
• National Jewish Book Award finalist
• Screenplay selected for the Meryl Streep- and Nicole Kidman-sponsored The Writer’s Lab
• Indie Next Great Read!
• “Tipped” by DWDD, the most popular tv talk show in the Netherlands• Historical Novel Society Editor’s Choice
• ⭐ Starred reviews in Booklist and Library Journal
• BBC Top 10 Reads
• Cosmopolitan 10 new good books to read
• American Library Association/Booklist “Best New Books”
• New York Post list of the fall books everyone is talking about
• Publishers Weekly’s Book Deal of the Week
• Publisher’s Marketplace Buzz Book
• Library Journal most anticipated Historical Fiction titles
• BookExpo’s hottest galleys
More about it here.
Read a bit about Meg and the novel in Punch Magazine.