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Ann Mah

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Ann Mah is a journalist and novelist based in Paris and Washington, D.C. She is a regular contributor to New York Times' Travel section, and her articles have also appeared in Condé Nast Traveler, the Washington Post, The Best American Travel Writing 2017, Washingtonian magazine, Vogue.com, BonAppetit.com, TheKitchn.com, and other publications.

Ann is the author of several books, including the USA Today bestseller and Indie Next pick, The Lost Vintage, and a food memoir, Mastering the Art of French Eating – which was an Amazon best book of 2013, and a winner of the Elle readers prize.

As the recipient of a James Beard Foundation culinary scholarship, Ann studied in Bologna, Italy. She also holds the Level 2 Award in Wine and Spirits with dist
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I’m thrilled that my new novel, The Lost Vintage, will be published this summer! It’s a story about wine, World War II, and family secrets that have been buried for generations.


The book will be in stores on June 19, 2018, and I’m honored that it’s already received advance praise from some of my favorite writers:


“The world needs novels like The Lost Vintage: page-turning tales that remind us bo

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I finished this book a few weeks ago and I've been missing the characters ever since. Band of Sisters is an inspiring tale of adventure about a group of Smith graduates volunteering in France during WWI. It's filled with good deeds but never preachy, ...more
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A razor-sharp page-turner about four families, a small town, and the exclusive school for gifted children that causes the pressure to build to an explosion of toxic secrets. I'm recommending this book to all my friends this summer.
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"The Gifted School is an immersive, daring read that gives us an intimate look into the community of a high-income town in the Denver suburbs and a culture that views childhood achievement as a mark of parental prestige. Bruce Holsinger writes about t" Read more of this review »
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A razor-sharp page-turner about four families, a small town, and the exclusive school for gifted children that causes the pressure to build to an explosion of toxic secrets. I'm recommending this book to all my friends this summer.
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"As a number of my Goodread friends started reviewing this book I have to say that it caught my attention, but still I held back. I, honestly, am not a Francophil or a wine lover--but still there was one Goodread friend after another praising this sto" Read more of this review »
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"Kate is at a crossroads in her life. She returns to her family’s vineyard in France and uncovers a lost diary that contains secrets about her family from World War II. As she begins to put the pieces together from long ago she also begins to put hers" Read more of this review »
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“There was no experience, I thought, quite as wonderful as being an American in Paris.”
Ann Mah, Mastering the Art of French Eating: Lessons in Food and Love from a Year in Paris

“I had spent enough time in France to know that the words 'chez moi' meant something a thousand times more profound than one's current home. 'Chez moi' was the place your parents came from, or maybe even the region of your parents' parents. The food you ate at Christmas, your favorite kind of cheese, your best childhood memories of summer vacation -- all of these derived from 'chez moi.' And even if you had never lived there, 'chez moi' was knitted into your identity; it colored the way you viewed the world and the way the world viewed you.”
Ann Mah, The Lost Vintage

“Instead, we have simply readjusted our limits of tolerance.”
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