About this book
A 3-part serialisation in the "Daily Mail" has already been signed up for this memoir by the award-winning food writer. The subtitle "Love, Liquor & What To Do About The Other Women" ascribes to the back-story to her 40-year marriage to Nicholas Luard, co-founder of "Private Eye". It is a tale of happiness and despair, the highs and lows of family life, as well as reflecting the events and social circle they inhabited. Her first autobiography with recipes, was the bestseller "Family Life"; this is packed with anecdotes and household names, as well as being a moving personal story. 8pp b/w photos.
In 1962 Elizabeth married Nicholas Luard, novelist, and co-founder of Private Eye. Within six years, she had had four children and had moved to southern Spain - an adventure featured in her first autobiography. This title continues the story, telling of a forty-year marriage and the people and places which brought both sunshine and shadow.