Brought up in a practising Jewish family, and married to a retired Church of England minister, writer, regular broadcaster and speaker Michele Guinness worked in the UK media for many years. She retired to concentrate on writing and speaking and regularly contributes to local radio, and a number of magazines.
She has also written thirteen books. Her only novel, Archbishop, a thriller, set in 2024 tells the story of Vicky Burnham-Woods, the UK’s first female Archbishop of Canterbury. Her latest book, Grace, The Remarkable Life of Grace Grattan Guinness published in 2016, tells the story of her husband’s grandmother through her diaries, journals and letters.