Bestselling novelist Pam Jenoff's work frequently appears on the New York Times bestseller list.
Her latest novel, The Lost Girls of Paris, is based upon the real-life women of the British Special Operations Executive service, who served as secret agents in occupied France during WWII. Told from the perspectives of the woman who ran the spy ring, an agent who risked everything in service of her country, and a widower working to uncover the fate of them all, Jenoff’s story is a remarkable story of heroism, betrayal, and friendship.
Pam Jenoff is the author of several books of historical fiction, including the New York Times’ bestsellers The Orphan's Tale and The Kommandant's Girl. She previously served in the State Department and as the Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Army at the Pentagon. Jenoff received her JD from the University of Pennsylvania, her masters degree in history from Cambridge University and her bachelors degree in international affairs from George Washington University.