Jennifer Dupee is the eldest of a set of fraternal triplets, and she grew up seeking any quiet corner of the house so that she could read, write, and work on puzzles.  Her life-long passion for old houses inspired Elmhurst, the grand home featured in her debut novel, THE LITTLE FRENCH BRIDAL SHOP, which St. Martin’s Press will publish in March 2021.

She’s a keen observer of human life and writes in an imagistic style infused with an impish sense of humor and tender moments.  Her goal with her writing is to make you laugh, cry, and think a little more deeply about the world and the people around you. 

Jennifer is a graduate of Brown University, where she received her honors in Creative Writing.  She is an active member of the Grub Street writing community in Boston and has published in The Feminist Press.  She was a semi-finalist for the 2016 James Jones First Novel Competition and a semi-finalist for the 2016 Faulkner-Wisdom competition.  Jennifer lives in a historic house just outside of Boston with her family and is currently at work on her next two novels.