The Race for Paris (Large Print / Library Binding)
September 2015 Indie Next List
“The Race for Paris is an action-packed tale of courage, friendship, and love during the grim, final days of World War II. Clayton's triumphant new novel brings to life the intrepid female journalists who sought to break the limits of the times. While soldiers faced the brutal reality of war, women had to also overcome sexism and legal obstacles simply to do their jobs. Based on real characters and events, The Race for Paris brings a unique perspective to a little-known aspect of history. Gather your book club and prepare for an intense conversation as these characters will haunt you long after you turn the final page!”
— Pamela Klinger-Horn (E), Excelsior Bay Books, Excelsior, MN
Normandy, 1944. To cover the fighting in France, Jane, a reporter for the Nashville Banner, and Liv, an Associated Press photographer, have endured enormous danger and frustrating obstacles. Encouraged by her husband, the editor of a New York newspaper, Liv's determined to be the first photographer to reach Paris with the Allies, and capture its freedom from the Nazis.