Petie Kladstrup Audio Books

Petie Kladstrup Audio Books

Petie Kladstrup is a freelance writer who has written widely about France and French life. An Overseas Press Club winner, she has worked as newspaper journalist and, more recently, as a protocol officer for the United States ambassador to UNESCO. She is the author, together with her husband, Don, of Champagne: How the World’s Most Glamorous Wine Triumphed Over War and Hard Times. The parents of two daughters, the Kladstrups divide their time between Paris and Normandy, France.

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