Author(s): Margie Rynn
Margie Rynn, author of our Easy Guide to Paris, came to Paris sixteen years ago for a short, touristic stay, never left, met and married a Frenchman, started a French family, and then, for most of those sixteen years, has been writing fascinating guidebook recommendations for other Americans attracted to Paris. She has a major following among Frommer's readers, and her guidebooks enjoy a heavy sale. This particular one has been thoroughly updated and revised for use in 2016, for visits to a city that won the hearts of most of us because of its astonishing outpouring of support for free speech and expression in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo tragedy. In 288 pages of dynamic, thoughtful prose, she guides the intelligent visitor to all the storied wonders of a glorious city, stressing her preferences for the best in every category.
Margie Rynn has been living and writing about France for over 14 years. The author of Pauline Frommer's Paris, she has also written features for several travel magazines, as well as Time Out New York and Yoga Journal. In a previous New York life, she acted in a Broadway play and performed her own one-woman show. Margie is married to a kind and understanding Frenchman and they have a lovely twelve year old son. She lives in Paris.