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This was an interesting story about Paul and Julia but almost too much about the other characters. I think the author used the famous name for her story in order to sell it as it... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jane Upp
As many of the other reviewers note, this is not really a book about Julia and Paul Child, it is about Jane Foster. This was my first disappointment with the book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karl Goetzke
With the number of reviews my thinking was, is one more needed? I read without seeing any reviews. A person who states the story is not about Julia Child and Paul Child either did... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lewis Eric Weil, Jr.
ENJOYED THE BOOK VERY MUCH. SHOWED HOW MUCH THE GOVERNMENT HAD SO MUCH CONTROL ON AMERICANS AROUND THE WORLD AFTER THE WAR.Published 6 months ago by Victoria Stokes
Enough reviewers here have expounded on the blatant bait and switch of the title and cover-- i.e., it is mostly all about Jane Foster, with a smattering of the Childs thrown in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Blizzo Blaggensworth
I have only 1/3 of the book read but have been very disappointed so far. There have been only a few references to Julia and Paul. It has been mainly about someone named Jane.Published 7 months ago by Vicky Langston
Jennett Conant has produced a fine book which will appeal to anyone interested in the OSS. She charts the agencies birth through its demise in great detail. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Brian C. Rainville
i never knew this side of her life, so it was interesting to get a different perspective! haven't finished, but have enjoyed the read so far. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Anonymous
The first disappointment is that this book isn't primarily about Paul and Julia Child and secondly, it is poorly written! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Shesays