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...
'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