Jane Thynne was born in Venezuela and educated in London. After graduating from Oxford, she worked for the BBC, The Sunday Times, and The Daily Telegraph. She continues to freelance as a journalist while writing her historical fiction. Her novels, including the Clara Vine series, have been published in French, German, Greek, Turkish, Italian, and Romanian. The widow of Philip Kerr, she has three children and lives in London, where she is working on her next novel.
Praise for Jane Thynne's first Clara Vine novel, The Scent of
"A brilliant tale of spies and secrets, of intense psychological drama, of edgy climax and one extraordinary heroine."-Beatriz Williams, New York Times bestselling author of A Hundred Summers
"A compelling story of love and betrayal in Hitler's Berlin . . . Peppered with real-life characters, this series offers a fascinating glimpse of the extraordinary world of the Nazi wives."-Daisy Goodwin, author of The American Heiress
"An alluring blend of thrills, suspense, historic detail, and seduction."-Susan Elia MacNeal, author of the Maggie Hope series
"An extraordinary, absorbing read with an array of characters so real you're there with them as war looms, and a pace that sweeps you from page to page. This is indeed a winner!"-Charles Todd, author of Inspector Ian Rutledge Mysteries