Saucy, brash, irreverent—The Book Of Phoebe is an extraordinary novel about a young woman’s six-month sojourn in Paris, where she has a baby, falls madly in love, and discovers a great deal about the capacities of the human heart.
|Publisher:||Open Road Distribution|
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About the Author
Mary-Ann Tirone Smith, like her heroine Phoebe, escaped abroad after college, but instead of going to Paris, she joined the Peace Corps and worked in Cameroon for two years. Today she lives with her husband and two children in Ridgefield, Connecticut.