Mary Louise Kelly

Mary Louise Kelly has written two novels, The Bullet and Anonymous Sources, and spent two decades traveling the world as a reporter for NPR and the BBC. Her assignments have taken her from grimy Belfast bars to the glittering ports of the Persian Gulf, and from mosques in Hamburg to the ruined deserts of Iraq. As an NPR correspondent covering the intelligence beat and the Pentagon, she reported on wars, terrorism, and rising nuclear powers. A Georgia native, Kelly was educated at Harvard and at Cambridge University in England. She lives in Washington, DC, and Florence, Italy, with her husband and their two children. Learn more at MaryLouiseKellyBooks.com.

Books by this Author

The Bullet
Anonymous Sources

Video

Mary Louise Kelly discusses her latest novel, 'The Bullet'

Former NPR correspondent Mary Louise Kelly's latest novel concerns a woman who discovers a bullet at the base of her neck that's tied to her parents' murder from decades before.

Explore

CONNECT WITH US