Book club favorite, Meg Waite Clayton, is the author of five novels to date. Her 2002 debut, The Language of Light, was a finalist for that year’s Bellwether Prize for Fiction. She gained national recognition when her 2007 follow up, The Wednesday Sisters, landed spots on both the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists. Entertainment Weekly named it one of its “25 Essential ‘Best Friend’ Novels of All Time.” Clayton has also penned articles for a wide range of publications, including Writer’s Digest, The Los Angeles Times, and Runner’s World. Her newest book, about female reporters in the closing days of WWII in Europe, hit shelves in August. “Involving and thoroughly researched… [The Race for Paris] will draw women’s fiction readers as well as historical fiction and WWII devotees,” according to Booklist.