Lizzie Enfield is a journalist and regular contributor to national newspapers, magazines and radio. She has written five novels (the latest two as Elizabeth) one non-fiction title and had short stories broadcast on Radio Four and published in various magazines and anthologies. She also teaches creative writing and journalism.
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Explores love, loss, and how to live with both tenderly and with great insight — Bethan Roberts, author of ‘My Policeman’
Life-affirming, tender and wise. After Beth is a vivid, often heart-wrenching exploration of grief and how we learn to carry on after the worst has happened. Get your tissues at the ready – this book is wonderful — Josie Lloyd, author of the ‘The Cancer Ladies’ Running Club’
A story of devastating loss, told so keenly and perfectly. But it is also a book filled with hope and humanity, showing people in all their wonderful complexity. It will stay with me for a very long time — Araminta Hall, author of ‘Perfect Strangers’
Heartrending in its depiction of a mother grappling her way through her worst nightmare, yet the overriding feeling is one of hope in the transformative powers of love and loss. A wonderful novel — Sasha Bates, author of ‘A Grief Companion’