Dr Mary Munro-Hill has first degrees in Latin and French, an MA and a PhD in French, and a BD and an MTh in Theology. Her career has been spent principally in teaching languages and theology in universities, colleges and schools. In retirement, she has served as a Chaplain at the University of Hull, UK, where she has been an occasional tutor in French Language since 1995 and is an Honorary Fellow in the School of Histories, Languages and Cultures. This book follows her Aristide of Le Figaro, published in 2017. She first met Duneton in 1994 and continued to visit him and correspond with him for several years. Dr Munro-Hill is a licensed lay minister (Reader) of long standing in the Church of England and an organist, holding the Archbishops’ Award in Church Music of the Guild of Church Musicians, as well as an active Rotarian, having been President of the Rotary Club of Hull and the Rotary Club of Beverley.