By Jeanne Mackin

The Frenchwoman

Historical Fiction

“This engrossing story moves from revolutionary Paris in 1793 to the wilds of Pennsylvania. Julienne learns her sewing skills from her grandmother and joins the staff of an established seamstress, where she accepts commissions from Queen Marie-Antoinette and marriage to a young officer who fought in LaFayette’s army in American. When her husband loses his life to the mob, Julienne flees to Azilum in eastern Pennsylvania, where the refugee royalists are attempting to preserve their old life in a primitive setting. Rich in detail…this first novel is well written and entirely believable…Highly recommended”

– Library Journal

et|icon_quotations|{

Mackin is positioned to join the ranks of popular
historical novelists.

– Library Journal

Other Books

The Last Collection

Paris, 1938. Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli are fighting for recognition as the most important fashion designer….

The Beautiful American

The Beautiful American will transport you to expat Paris and from there take you on a journey through the complexities of a friendship as it is….

The Sweet By and By

What toll can grief extract from a life? This is the question that Mackin…asks of her two main characters as their lives….

The Queen’s War

Eleanor of Aquitaine was a prize for Louis VII of France and then for England”s Henry II — not only for her vast land holdings, but for her….