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Key West, 1936. Headstrong, accomplished journalist Martha Gellhorn is confident with words but less so with men when she meets disheveled literary titan Ernest Hemingway in a dive bar. Their friendship -- forged over writing, talk, and family dinners -- flourishes into something undeniable in Madrid while they're covering the Spanish Civil War.



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Meg Waite Clayton

Meg Waite Clayton is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of five novels, including the Langum-Prize honored THE RACE FOR PARIS. Inspired by the actual "Race for Paris," it's the story of two pioneering journalists and their quest to document (and make) history, reporting on the Allied liberation of Paris in 1944. Entertainment Weekly named her THE WEDNESDAY SISTERS one of 25 Essential Best Friend Novels of all time. Her THE LANGUAGE OF LIGHT was a finalist for what is now the PEN/Bellwether Prize. She's written for The Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, the Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, The San Jose Mercury News, Writer's Digest, Runner's World, and public radio. A graduate of the University Michigan and its law school, she lives in California. www.megwaiteclayton.com; facebook.com/novelistmeg; @megwclayton



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