New York Times bestselling author Susanna Kearsley is a former museum curator who loves restoring the lost voices of real people to the page, interweaving romance and historical intrigue with modern adventure.
In 1993, her then-unpublished novel Mariana won the Catherine Cookson Fiction Prize from Transworld, and her whole life changed.
She hasn’t looked back since and is now hard at work on novel number fourteen. Her books, published in translation in more than 20 countries, have won various awards, including an American RITA Award, and have twice made the final of Romantic Novel of the Year.
She lives near Toronto, Ontario, Canada.