Singing In The Wilderness
By Elizabeth Harris
After the tragic death of her first husband, Jo Dillon has finally built a new life around Hal, her one-year-old son Edmund, and new baby, Sammie. But Hal’s increasing preoccupation with work leaves Jo isolated and resentful.
Sensing a growing rift between them, Hal travels alone to Crete. There, he finds solace in the company of Angela Swayne: charismatic, free-spirited, and everything Jo used to be… Jo knows she must act.
She remembers the small house in Kent which came to her rescue once before. Inside its peaceful walls, she at last understands what she must do to save her marriage – and her true self.
Singing in the Wilderness is a moving sequel to a A Good Man’s Love.
Elizabeth Harris was born in Cambridge and brought up in Kent, where she now lives. She graduated from Keele University with a degree in English and Psychology, and more recently gained a Certificate in Archaeology from the University of Kent. After graduation she had a variety of jobs including driving a van, being a lifeguard and working in the Civil Service. She spends much of her time travelling and researching, and lives for part of the year in an ancient stone cottage on the edge of a forest in Brittany.Elizabeth Harris was one of the finalists of the 1989 Ian St James Awards. She is an acclaimed writer with many novels to her name.