Author(s): Laurie Graham
It shouldn't have been like this. Being on television was meant to lead to fame and a glamorous social life. But for Lizzie Partridge, forty-something, divorced and TV cook on Midlands This Morning, it meant dinners for one, coping alone with an air-head adolescent daughter and following middle-aged men into corner shops pretending she needed a bottle of Lea & Perrins. Her good friend Louie - if only he wasn't gay - thought he knew what the trouble was: Lizzie was always on the wrong side of the glass, looking in at other people's lives. True or not, things for Lizzie were going to get a lot worse before they got better...
Laurie Graham is a former Daily Telegraph columnist and contributing editor of She magazine. She is the author of several acclaimed novels, the most recent being The Importance of Being Kennedy and Life According to Lubka. The fabulous All At Sea will be published in July 2010. Laurie lives in Venice. Visit her website at www.lauriegraham.com.