Marius Gabriel served his author apprenticeship while a student in the north of England. To finance his postgraduate research, he wrote 33 steamy romances under a female pseudonym. His identity as a man had to be kept secret until he turned to longer fiction under his own name.
He is the author of 9 historical novels, including the best-sellers "The Mask Of Time," "The Original Sin" and "The Seventh Moon." Cosmopolitan accused him of "keeping you reading while your dinner burns." He very seldom burns his own, being an enthusiastic cook, as well as an artist and a musician. He lives in Lincolnshire and has three grown-up children.
His Redcliffe sisters novels, "Take Me To Your Heart Again" and "Wish Me Luck As You Wave Me Goodbye," are available here on Amazon. Both can be read as stand-alone novels, but if you've read one, you'll want to read the other!
His award-winning novel about wartime Paris, "The Designer," begins in 1944 with the chance meeting between an American war correspondent and an unknown fashion designer named Christian Dior. What follows is pure fun!
"The Ocean Liner," his latest novel, is set around a perilous real-life voyage made by the glamorous liner SS Manhattan in the first months of World War II.
His next novel, "The Parisians," is set in the Hotel Ritz during the Nazi occupation of Paris, and once again mingles real-life people and history with fictional characters.