"Enigmatic... the author really captures the imagination" - Sunday Independent
Hal Dillon and Ben MacAllister had been deeply affected by the appalling death of their university friend Laurie. Hal journeyed to Mexico to continue his anthropological studies, and there found distraction in his passionate affair with Magdalena. But was he inviting even more heartache?
Ben became a wanderer. While working in Cyprus he had met English girl Jo Daniel, and, after a nomadic summer together, they travelled to England to embark on what promised to be a lifetime of marital bliss. But Jo discovers that promises don't always come true...
A Good Man's Love is a moving novel that not only confronts the highs and lows of romantic relationships but also the love and loss we feel in friendship.
Praise for Elizabeth Harris...
"Enormously enjoyable...hard to put down. Elizabeth Harris writes with sensitivity and skill and a spine-chilling eye for the sinister" - Barbara Erksine, author of Lady of Hay
Elizabeth Harris was born in Cambridge and brought up in Kent, where she now lives. After graduation she hid a variety of jobs including driving a van, being a lifeguard and working in the Civil Service. She lived in Hong Kong for three years and travelled extensively in Europe and America, and lived for some years in the Far East. Elizabeth Harris was one of the finalists of the 1989 Ian St James Awards.
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Used availability for Elizabeth Harris's A Good Man's Love
May 1999 : UK Hardback
January 1996 : UK Hardback
October 2018 : USA, Australia, Canada, UK Kindle edition