Jacqueline DeJohn

Jacqueline DeJohn was inspired to write Antonio's Wife by her father's stories about her grandmother Filomina, who came to America as a mail-order bride. This is her first novel. She lives in New York City.

Jacqueline DeJohn

Books by Jacqueline DeJohn

by Jacqueline DeJohn - Fiction, Historical Fiction

By 1908 Francesca Frascatti has reached the pinnacle of success in the opera world. At night Francesca appears as Tosca at the Manhattan Opera House; but by day, she tries desperately to find her daughter before her cunning grandfather can spirit her away to Italy and out of her scandalous mother's reach forever.