The Current | Aug 15, 2013 | 23:59

Paris: A Love Story by Kati Marton

She knew two of America's most powerful men intimately. Author and journalist Kati Marton shares her stories of love and marriages to US Diplomat Richard Holbrook and primetime anchor Peter Jennings from her book “Paris: A Love Story”.

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