Patrick Marnham was born in Jerusalem, was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, and trained to be a
barrister before turning his attention fully to writing. He has been Paris correspondent for "The Independent," a reporter for "Private Eye" and Literary Editor of "The Spectator." His books include "So Far From God: A Journey to Central America" (winner of the 1985 Thomas Cook Prize), "The Man Who Wasn't Maigret: A Portrait of Georges Simenon," (winner of the Marsh Biography Award) and most recently "Dreaming with His Eyes Open: A Life of Diego Rivera." He has lived in Paris for the lasr twelve years and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
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