Adrienne Chinn was born in an old paper-making town in Newfoundland, and grew up in rural Quebec and Montreal. She retraced her English father's footsteps back to England, where she now lives and works as an interior designer.
When not writing or designing, she can normally be found in the queue at Gatwick heading off somewhere new: she travels all over the world, but most often to her beloved Morocco, which she has been visiting regularly for over ten years.
`The Lost Letter from Morocco has great authenticity, immediacy and is an emotive and engaging read.' Rosanna Ley
`Rich, evocative and utterly immersive, this beautifully written book swept me away to Morocco. I could feel the heat, was captivated by the intense, exotic world, and found Addy's journey to get to the bottom of long-buried secrets absolutely gripping.' Jenny Ashcroft
`Evocative, sensual and authentic, it's a novel that gives a true flavour of Morocco in all its maddening and seductive contrasts, embodied so brilliantly in the character of Omar. I loved it.' Jane Johnson
`Beautifully written love story, with rich description of life in the Berber region of Morocco. Mesmerising. I was totally engrossed.' Amanda Robson