Liz had not wanted to go to Tasghala. Her father's summons to join him athis desert posting was a punishment to Liz, indicating his disapproval ofher London life-style. Then she realized the loneliness his life's work hadforced upon him and determined to change all that. Dr. Roger Yate, herfather's friend, might question her sincerity, for it was obvious he didn'tlike her. She didn't like him, either, but it became very important to provehim wrong...
Used availability for Jane Arbor's Sandflower
1981 : UK Mass Market Paperback
Title: Sandflower (Harlequin Classic Library, #15)
Author(s): Jane Arbor
ISBN: 0-373-80015-0 / 978-0-373-80015-5 (UK edition)
August 1971 : UK Paperback