Katie Carr thinks she is a good person because she is a doctor, and is sometimes able to make ill people better. She doesn’t really care How to be Good, she knows she is. At least she is better than her husband David, who is slowly tuning into a grumpy old man. A divorce is inevitable. Untill the day that David meets some kind of spiritual healer, DJ Goodnews, and changes David’s behaviour 180 degrees.
Like in his previous books and British writer shows us the funny side of a midlife crisis of well-of 30-somethings, who would like to be rebels, but deep inside are just looking for recognition and love. How to be good is a nice companion on some sunny beach far away from every day problems.