Harry Day was a national literary treasure, renowned for his poetry, novels and plays. But his personal life has remained something of a mystery. When a young journalist, Adam Downing, is appointed his official biographer, he finds that Harry's life holds an abundance of secrets. But Adam is torn between wanting to protect Harry's reputation and his instincts as a journalist, which drive him to tell the truth at any cost. He will even risk losing the admiration and friendship of Harry's beautiful daughter, Bella. For Harry's biggest secret of all involves Bella; and Adam is well on his way to falling in love.
Harry Day was a national literary treasure, renowned for his poetry, novels and plays. But his personal life has remained something of a mystery. When a young journalist, Adam Downing, is appointed his official biographer, he finds that Harry's life holds an abundance of secrets. But Adam is torn between wanting to protect Harry's reputation and his instincts as a journalist, which drive him to tell the truth at any cost. He will even risk losing the admiration and friendship of Harry's beautiful daughter, Bella. For Harry's biggest secret of all involves Bella; and Adam is well on his way to falling in love.
'Fraser writes with fluent flair. Her irony is light but merciless, benefiting from a good ear for dialogue and a keen eye for masculine vanity. '
Daily Telegraph
Familiar Rooms In Darkness

Familiar Rooms In Darkness