About M.K. Tod
M.K. (Mary) Tod’s interest in historical fiction began as a teenager immersed in the stories of Scottish lords, powerful kings and queens, and of the turmoil and danger of World War Two. In 2004, her husband’s career took them to Hong Kong where, with no job and few prospects, Mary began what became Unravelled, her first novel. Lies Told In Silence, Time and Regret, and Paris In Ruins followed. The Admiral’s Wife is her fifth novel.
Mary’s award-winning blog, www.awriterofhistory.com, focuses on reading and writing historical fiction. She’s an active member of the historical fiction community and has conducted five unique reader surveys on topics from readers’ habits and preferences to favorite historical fiction authors. Mary is happily married to her high-school sweetheart. They have two adult children and two delightful grandsons. You can find out more about Mary – including pictures from her childhood – at www.mktod.com, or reach her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.