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The wife: Enid has been married to the handsome, charismatic lecturer Bernard Finch for over 20 years. But after one fateful supper on board a cruise ship, she starts to wonder, is her husband all that he seems?

The husband: Bernard said his life began when he met his wife. But, like everyone, he’s got a past. And it’s threatening to catch up with him.

And a whole lot of trouble at sea: Frankie Gleeson is a fellow passenger. A man with a long memory and the unshakeable conviction that he and Bernard have met before. Enid’s interest is piqued…

Reviews

'At Sea is a comedy of errors that will keep the reader intrigued until the last page. I didn't want to disembark' Buzz.
Buzz
'Laurie Graham, what a find! ... Graham's taut, colourful, slightly camp style mingles Alan Bennett with Sue Townsend - does it get better than that?' Wendy Holden, Daily Mail.
Daily Mail
'Every line of this wonderfully subversive, positively Wodehousian comedy is hilarious. Curiously, this is my first encounter with a Laurie Graham novel and, so cheering was it, I am overjoyed to find there is a long backlist' Carla McKay, Daily Mail.
Daily Mail
'This is high-class intrigue and heart-warming life lessons, shot through with Graham's trademark sharp humour and social observation' The Good Book Guide.
Good Book Guide
'Quirky, unusual and lots of fun ... Full of unexpected twists, turns, and hilarious characters I really enjoyed this book. Written with gentle humour, satire and lots of fun, this is a lovely escapist book to cheer you up in the Winter' Sixty Plus Surfers.
Sixty Plus Surfers
'Laurie Graham's grip on the art of subversive comedy is as masterful as ever' Lizzie Buchan, Sunday Times.
Sunday Times