Muriel Zagha grew up in Paris where she studied English literature at the Ecole Normale Supérieure. She came to Britain at the age of 21, as a French lectrice at Cambridge University, and loved living here so much that she forgot to go home. After completing a PhD on Henry James, she escaped from academia into London’s fashion world. She now works as a freelance broadcaster and journalist, contributing to the Sunday Telegraph, the Sunday Telegraph Magazine, the World of Interiors, the Times Literary Supplement and The Guardian.
She lives in London with her English husband and their son.
Latest book: SCANDALS
SCANDALS is the final book of Penny Jordan’s trilogy of the silk manufacturing Cheshire based Pickford family. The trilogy, SILK, SINS and SCANDALS, opens in the 1920’s and ends in the 1990’s.
SCANDALS follows the lives of the grandchildren of the heroine of Silk, Amber Pickford, and reveals the effect the secrets and scandals of their family past have on the new generation.