Pam Jenoff Bibliography Examples

Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. I'd say that my motto is, to succeed you have to put your muscle behind your passion and push. But if I can also include a maxim, my favorite quote comes from Shakespeare, "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy." It reminds me to be open to the vast possibilities of the universe and I find that inspiring.

Q. What is your favorite occupation, when you’re not writing?

A. Does napping count as an occupation? I'm a huge napper, but spending time with family, outlet shopping with my mom, running, and going to Philadelphia Eagles games are also high on the list.

Q. What’s your greatest fear?

A. Fire, lightning, water, flying, I'm not at all brave! I also have a very strange phobia involving patterns...

Q. What’s your greatest flaw?

A. Impatience.

Q. How would you describe perfect happiness?

A. A good morning of writing, a satisfying run, a meal with my family and a nap. To me perfect happiness has nothing to do with possessions or material things, it's all about having the time to do the things I enjoy with the people I love.












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Pam is the author of several novels, including her most recent The Orphan's Tale, an instant New York Times bestseller. Pam was born in Maryland and raised outside Philadelphia. She attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and Cambridge University in England. Upon receiving her master’s in history from Cambridge, she accepted an appointment as Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Army. The position provided a unique opportunity to witness and participate in operations at the most senior levels of government, including helping the families of the Pan Am Flight 103 victims secure their memorial at Arlington National Cemetery, observing recovery efforts at the site of the Oklahoma City bombing and attending ceremonies toPam is the author of several novels, including her most recent The Orphan's Tale, an instant New York Times bestseller. Pam was born in Maryland and raised outside Philadelphia. She attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and Cambridge University in England. Upon receiving her master’s in history from Cambridge, she accepted an appointment as Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Army. The position provided a unique opportunity to witness and participate in operations at the most senior levels of government, including helping the families of the Pan Am Flight 103 victims secure their memorial at Arlington National Cemetery, observing recovery efforts at the site of the Oklahoma City bombing and attending ceremonies to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of World War II at sites such as Bastogne and Corregidor.

Following her work at the Pentagon, Jenoff moved to the State Department. In 1996 she was assigned to the U.S. Consulate in Krakow, Poland. It was during this period that Pam developed her expertise in Polish-Jewish relations and the Holocaust. Working on matters such as preservation of Auschwitz and the restitution of Jewish property in Poland, Jenoff developed close relations with the surviving Jewish community.

Having left the Foreign Service in 1998 to attend law school at the University of Pennsylvania, Jenoff is now employed as an attorney in Philadelphia.

Pam is the author of The Kommandant's Girl, which was an international bestseller and nominated for a Quill award, as well as The Diplomat's Wife and Almost Home. ...more


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The Orphan's Tale
4.02 avg rating — 26,103 ratings — published 2017 — 28 editions
The Kommandant's Girl (The Kommandant's Girl, #1)
3.95 avg rating — 12,963 ratings — published 2007 — 36 editions
The Diplomat's Wife (The Kommandant's Girl, #2)
3.90 avg rating — 5,078 ratings — published 2008 — 25 editions
The Things We Cherished
3.74 avg rating — 4,058 ratings — published 2011 — 18 editions
The Ambassador's Daughter (The Kommandant's Girl, #0.5)
3.57 avg rating — 2,178 ratings — published 2012 — 19 editions
The Winter Guest (The Winter Guest, #1)
3.82 avg rating — 2,135 ratings — published 2014 — 12 editions
The Last Summer at Chelsea Beach
3.75 avg rating — 1,616 ratings — published 2015 — 14 editions
Almost Home
3.70 avg rating — 1,540 ratings — published 2009 — 8 editions
A Hidden Affair (Jordan Weiss, #2)
3.64 avg rating — 1,100 ratings — published 2010 — 8 editions
The Other Girl (The Winter Guest, #1.5)
3.53 avg rating — 391 ratings — published 2014 — 4 editions
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Dear friends:
This weekend I have had my most devastating experience to date as a writer. A tweet went out about the upcoming re-release of my first novel, The Kommandant’s Girl (originally published in 2007.) Some people on Twitter, seeing that the tweet was from Harlequin, expressed outrage that I had written a “Nazi romance” – an assumption made without ever reading the book.

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