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Paris: A Love Story

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This is a memoir for anyone who has ever fallen in love in Paris, or with Paris.


is for anyone who has ever had their heart broken or their life upended.

In this remarkably honest and candid memoir, award-winning journalist and distinguished author Kati Marton narrates an impassioned and romantic story of love, loss, and life after loss. Paris is at the heart of this deeply moving account. At every stage of her life, Marton finds beauty and excitement in Paris, and now, after the sudden death of her husband, Richard Holbrooke, the city offers a chance for a fresh beginning. With intimate and nuanced portraits of Peter Jennings, the man to whom she was married for fifteen years and with whom she had two children, and Holbrooke, with whom she found enduring love, Marton paints a vivid account of an adventuresome life in the stream of history. Inspirational and deeply human, Paris: A Love Story will touch every generation.

From Publishers Weekly

Jun 11, 2012 – Saturated with sadness, regret, and Hemingway, Marton s (Wallenberg: The Incredible True Story) memoir of widowhood after the death of husband Richard Holbrooke recalls how Paris offered her the peace and salve she needed to assuage a broken heart. A refugee from Hungary with her family in 1957, Paris was where Marton attended university during the tumultuous late 1960s; as a foreign correspondent with ABC News in the 1970s, the city served as a base for her work, and was also where she and anchorman Peter Jennings conducted their love affair before marrying in 1979. Fleeing that marriage in 1993 after two children (Jennings is described as cold and manipulative), Marton found a warm, willing relationship with Holbrooke, then U.S. ambassador to Germany, with Paris as the meeting place in their busy lives. Married in her native Budapest in 1995, the couple jet-setted all over the world, especially to war-torn sites, as Holbrooke brokered the peace in Bosnia and later was named special U.S. envoy to Afghanistan. His sudden death by a heart attack in 2010 struck a terrible blow, and Marton retreated again to Paris, where she and Holbrooke had purchased a pied- -terre in the Latin Quarter in 2005 and where she now found solace. Filled with details of a life richly lived, Marton s memoir has a requisite, wooden feel, as if publicly making the necessary gestures without being emotionally present.

Customer Reviews

Paris,a love story's

This book downloads with only 171 out of 200 plus pages in the book. The photographs will not display. The text is loaded with obviously missing words and sentences. Don't buy this book from the Apple store.

Paris: A Love Story

A very compelling story of a talented woman 's struggle with the love and loss of two fascinating men. She has a survivor's will and strength. She'll be fine!
(loops ! I'm sure you know Ascot and Russia photos are mixed up!)

Paris: A Love Story

A beautifully written and moving book. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

Paris: A Love Story
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Biographies & Memoirs
  • Published: Aug 14, 2012
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster
  • Print Length: 208 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Requirements: This book can only be viewed on an iOS device with Apple Books on iOS 12 or later, iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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