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Elizabeth McGregor was born in Warwickshire and now lives in Dorchester with her daughter, Kate. An award-winning short story writer, she is also the author of six acclaimed psychological thrillers.
Her three novels, The Ice Child, A Way Through the Mountains and The Girl in the Green Glass Mirror, are all published by Bantam.
Shortlisted for the Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2007. Set in both England and the alluringly beautiful island of Sicily, Learning by Heart explores the complexities and subtleties of marriage, of lasting love and human frailty. A well-constructed storyline is deeply moving and completely compelling whilst the characters are ones that you truly feel for. This is one of her best yet and you're in for a treat.
The sensual story of a modern-day passion sparked by the mutual love of the Victorian faerie artist Richard Dudd
Sometimes the only way forward is to go back. Ten years have passed since David Mortimer last saw Anna Russell. Their love affair abruptly ended when Anna disappeared. Drifting through life ever since, David has never married, and is devoted only to his scientific work and to the book he has always meant to write, the story of the extraordinary plant explorer in China, Ernest Wilson. But David's isolation is about to change. He receives news that Anna has been seriously injured in an accident. More devastating still is the revelation that he has a daughter, Rachel, whom he has never seen. Both mother and daughter now urgently need his help - and more than one danger is threatening them. This is a story of two journeys, separated by time and place, but with the same goal. To find a way through the mountains, and to bring back something of infinite beauty that might otherwise have been lost forever.