Meg Waite Clayton

The Postmistress of Paris

By Meg Waite Clayton - Published 2021


“That was something she’d learned early: when to draw attention to herself and when to avoid it. Evanston rules.” Paris, 1938. A decade ...Read Review

The Last Train to London

By Meg Waite Clayton - Published 2019


Biographical Fiction

There are many unsung heroes – known as Righteous Gentiles – who risked their own lives to save Jewish people from extermination under Nazi rule. ...Read Review

Beautiful Exiles

By Meg Waite Clayton - Published 2018


Biographical Fiction

Although other stories of Ernest Hemingway abound, this tale told in first-person narrative by wife number three, Martha Gellhorn, explores her life as ...Read Review

The Race for Paris

By Meg Waite Clayton - Published 2015


There’s nothing new about journalists and photographers reporting from war zones. On Europe’s battlefronts during World War II, however, the tradition ...Read Review

The Wednesday Sisters

By Meg Waite Clayton - Published 2008



When Frankie O’Mara moves to Palo Alto from Chicago in the late 1960s, she leaves behind everything she has ever known. On ...Read Review