'There is no one else like Cooper' Guardian
When Jilly Cooper, then a young Sunday Times journalist, was asked to write a book on marriage, she had been married to Leo Cooper for a mere seven years. In this 2011 reissue of that book, they were celebrating their Golden Wedding, and although the institution of marriage has changed a great deal since this book was first written, much of Jilly's advice - frank, fearless, often hilarious, but always wise - still holds good.
From the wedding and the honeymoon to life afterwards, including how to deal with the in-laws and how to tell if your other half is having an affair, she dispenses anecdotes, jokes, common sense and endless optimism and fun.
Whether you are contemplating marriage, living together, or have been married as long as Jilly and Leo were, you will plenty of good advice and humour in How to Stay Married.
Everybody loves Jilly Cooper:
'Joyful and mischievous' Jojo Moyes
'A delight from start to finish' Daily Mail
'Fun, sexy and unputdownable' Marian Keyes
'Flawlessly entertaining' Helen Fielding
Jilly Cooper, CBE, is a journalist, writer and media superstar. The author of many number-one bestselling novels, she lives in Gloucestershire with her rescue racing greyhound Bluebell.
How to Stay Married, originally published in 1969, was her very first book. Jilly was married to Leo Cooper for fifty-two years, until his death in 2013.