Dana Gynther spent eighteen months in France after college, then returned to Alabama to earn an MA in French Literature from UA. After marrying a French-speaking Spaniard, she moved to her husband's hometown, Valencia. They've been living there for twenty years, working as teachers and translators. In fact, she was inspired to write "Crossing on the Paris"--an Indie Next Pick for November 2012--after translating a museum catalog about ocean liners. They also enjoy spending time with their two teenage daughters.
Crossing on the Paris
by Dana Gynther
Downton Abbey meets Titanic in this sweeping historical novel about three women of different generations and classes, whose lives intersect on a majestic ocean liner traveling from Paris to New York in the wake of World War I. The opulent age of empires is ending, but the great queens of the sea— the magnificent ocean...
Categories: All Historical Fiction; All Romance; Contemporary Fiction
The Woman in the Photograph
by Dana Gynther
Set in the romantic glow of 1920s Paris, a captivating novel of New York socialite and model Lee Miller, whose glamorous looks and joie de vivre caught the eye of Man Ray, one of the twentieth century’s defining photographers. 1929, Montparnasse. Model and woman about town Lee Miller moves to Paris determined to make herself known...
Categories: All Historical Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; Literary Fiction
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