Corine Gantz was born in France, where she spent the first twenty years of her life. She studied Contemporary Arts at the Sorbonne, and has worked in advertising and marketing in Paris, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
Her first novel, Hidden in Paris, a story of friendship, love, food and dysfunction set in the City of Light was translated to nine languages and was followed by a cookbook with all the recipes in the novel.
Her new book trilogy, The Curator of Broken Things, is a fast-paced three part novel weaving multiple viewpoints across a century and is set in Paris, Algeria, and the South of France.
Corine lives and writes near Los Angeles with her husband Joe, a documentary filmmaker. They have two very creative sons working in music and film.