Janet Skeslien Charles is The New York Times bestselling author of The Paris Library – based on the true story of the international team of librarians that defied the Nazis in order to hand deliver books to Jewish readers – and Moonlight in Odessa, a novel about the business of mail-order brides. Her work has appeared in the Chicago Tribune and The Sydney Morning Herald, on Literary Hub, and in the anthology Montana Noir; it has been translated into 36 languages. Born and raised in Montana, she taught English in Ukraine for two years and later moved to France. There, she worked as the programs manager at the American Library in Paris. Charles will be at Miami Book Fair 2022 to speak with Jessie Burton, author of The House Fortune: A Novel (Bloomsbury Publishing).