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From the bestselling author of The Lost Vintage, a rare and dazzling portrait of Jacqueline Bouvier's college year abroad in postwar Paris, an intimate and electrifying story of love and betrayal, and the coming-of-age of an American icon—before the world knew her as Jackie.

"Vibrant and sensitive. This is the Jackie Kennedy origin story we've all been waiting for."

ALLISON LARKIN, author of The People We Keep


Ann Mah is an American food and travel writer. She is the author of the USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller The Lost Vintage, as well as four other books. She contributes regularly to the New York Times Travel section, and her articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Condé Nast Traveler, The Best American Travel Writing, The New York Times Footsteps, Washingtonian magazine, and other publications. Ann's new novel, Jacqueline in Paris, will be published by HarperCollins on September 27, 2022.

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ANN MAH is an American food and travel writer and the bestselling author of The Lost Vintage and four other books. A frequent contributor to the New York Times Travel section, she lives in Paris and Washington, DC. 



JULY 2022

Bonjour!  I landed in Paris five days ago and have lucked into the most spectacular weather–sun, blue skies, cool breezes. The air is like champagne, sparkling and crisp...

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Here are some of my favorite places to eat and stay, and things to do in and out of Paris. I update this list regularly as places open and close, and I discover new favorites, so please check back for updates!


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