Miss Pagril is described as a pretty brunette with a generous mouth.
In the books Edit
Miss Pagril attends a house party thrown by the Duke of Snodgrove with her aunt, Lady Blingchester. There she befriends Lady Preshea Villentia and makes nightly visits to Lady Florence’s bedroom. In the end, Lady Villentia agrees to train both Miss Pagril and Lady Florence in the art of being an intelligencer.
- Miss Pagril is in a secret romantic relationship with Lady Florence.
- “‘You support the theory that the space formulated by a skirt provides an aura of moral protection?’ Miss Pagril’s tone gently mocked her friend’s wholesome upbringing.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Three)
- “I, for one, am glad to know I will not have to continually watch my skirts. I can’t begin to tell you, Lady Villentia, how many small tables I have overturned simply by walking into a drawing room.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Three)
- “Miss Pagril and Lady Flo, on the other hand, had decided against such a robust endeavor and deviated to amble through the maze, arm in arm.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Six)
- “To lighten the mood, and because she was kind, Miss Pagril took pains to draw Lady Violet’s and Gavin’s attention away from the spectacle of Mr Jackson.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Six)
- “She moved badly, like one mocking stealth.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Seven)
- “Then again, Miss Pagril did have a certain aptitude, although she was a bit old to start training now.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Ten)