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Mamta Chaudhry

Mamta Chaudhry's professional career was in television and classical radio at stations in Calcutta, Gainesville, Dallas and Miami. Chaudhry has studied with Marilynne Robinson and has also taught literature and creative writing at the University of Miami. Her early fiction, poetry and feature articles have been published in newspapers and magazines in the United States and in India, including The Miami Review, The Illustrated Weekly of India, The Telegraph, The Statesman, Writer’s Digest, and The Rotarian. Her first novel is "Haunting Paris." Chaudhry lives with her husband in Coral Gables, Fla., and they spend part of each year in India and in France.

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Haunting Paris
Fiction / Literature
Nan A. Talese
June 2019
ISBN 9780385544603
256 pages
$25.95, INSTOCK
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A timeless story of love and loss is transformed when a bereaved pianist discovers a mysterious letter among her late lover's possessions, launching her headlong into a decades-old search for a child who vanished in the turbulence of wartime Paris. More/less

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