Meet Me in Monaco Lib/E: A Novel of Grace Kelly's Royal Wedding Audio CD – Unabridged, 23 July 2019
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- Publisher : HarperCollins; Unabridged edition (23 July 2019)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1982660406
- ISBN-13 : 978-1982660406
- Dimensions : 17.15 x 3.18 x 15.88 cm
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About the Author
HAZEL GAYNOR is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of A Memory of Violets and The Girl Who Came Home, for which she received the 2015 RNA Historical Novel of the Year award. Her third novel, The Girl from the Savoy, was an Irish Times and Globe & Mail Canada bestseller, and was shortlisted for the BGE Irish Book Awards Popular Fiction Book of the Year. In 2017, she has published The Cottingley Secret and Last Christmas in Paris. Hazel was selected by US Library Journal as one of 'Ten Big Breakout Authors' for 2015 and her work has been translated into several languages. Hazel lives in Ireland with her husband and two children.
Heather Webb is an author, freelance editor, and blogger at award-winning writing sites WriterUnboxed.com and RomanceUniversity.org. Heather is a member of the Historical Novel Society and the Women's Fiction Writers Association, and she may also be found teaching craft-based courses at a local college.
Jeremy Arthur is an audiobook narrator. His readings include Power Foods for the Brain by Dr. Neal Barnard, Thoughtful by S. C. Stephens, Strange Fates by Marlene Perez, and Spring Chicken by Bill Gifford, among others.
Nancy Peterson is a voice talent and audiobook narrator who won the prestigious Audie Award for best narration in 2018.
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I have not explored to find out if the co authors are from the USA, but in my opinion, this book has been written for the American public.
It is not as awful as some of that persuasion, but anachronisms there are, which as a European, I have tried to ignore, but somehow cannot.
Not only different terms, customs in a general European/English way, but the time period - 1956 - does not appear to have been fully considered.
Rather, today's attitudes etc. have been transported back to then.
Still, aside from that aspect, it is an easy to read story, & is ideal for escaping, from whatever, for an hour or more.