Tony Parker grew up in Beirut, Rome, and London, and now He now lives in the Pacific Northwest. He has a MS in Physics. Tony studied popular fiction with James Thayer at the University of Washington, who stressed the classic values of scene, character, and conflict in storytelling. And happy endings.
In 1988, Reader’s Digest donated 1.5 million crocus bulbs to Kew gardens. Thirty years later, Tony decided to do something about it. The Mauritius Orchid is his first published work.