KATI MARTON is the New York Times bestselling author of ten books, including the Chancellor – the Remarkable Odyssey of Angela Merkel, a New York Times Notable Book of 2021, Enemies of the People: My Family’s Journey to America, which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, Hidden Power: Presidential Marriages that Shaped Our History, True Believer: Stalin’s Last American Spy, and the memoir Paris: A Love Story. An award-winning former correspondent for NPR and ABC News, Marton has combined a writing life with activities to advance human rights. A onetime refugee herself, she serves on the board of the International Rescue Committee, the American Academy in Berlin and Central European University, and was formerly the chair of the Committee to Protect Journalists and the International Women’s Health Coalition. She is the recipient of a George Foster Peabody Award for broadcast journalism, as well as a Matrix Award for Women Who Change the World and the United Nations Association’s Leo Nevas Human Rights Award. Born and raised in Hungary, Marton is the mother of a son and a daughter. She lives in New York City.