SEARCHING THE BACKLOG…

It is time for another search of our TBR shelves/piles for those sadly neglected books from the past.  Carole’s Random Life in Books is hosting this event.

Today’s unread book comes from a July 1, 2018, purchase:  Beautiful Exiles, by Meg Waite Clayton.

I like this author, and I realize now that I have two or three of her books unread!  What’s up with that? I even viewed an Amazon Prime movie based on the book and loved it.  I need to read it now!

From New York Times bestselling author Meg Waite Clayton comes a riveting novel based on one of the most volatile and intoxicating real-life love affairs of the twentieth century.

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.

Martha reveres him. The very married Hemingway is taken with Martha—her beauty, her ambition, and her fearless spirit. And as Hemingway tells her, the most powerful love stories are always set against the fury of war. The risks are so much greater. They’re made for each other.

With their romance unfolding as they travel the globe, Martha establishes herself as one of the world’s foremost war correspondents, and Hemingway begins the novel that will win him the Nobel Prize for Literature. Beautiful Exiles is a stirring story of lovers and rivals, of the breathless attraction to power and fame, and of one woman—ahead of her time—claiming her own identity from the wreckage of love.

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What have you been overlooking lately?

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8 thoughts on “SEARCHING THE BACKLOG…

    • Thanks, Kathryn, I liked Martha when I watched the Prime movie based on the book…I suspect that she was definitely a strong woman, my favorite kind of character. Of course, she was also a real person. LOL

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