What people are saying about Sarah Harrison

  • Harrison’s perceptiveness, reliably elegant style and compassionate awareness … make hers a book you’re neither likely nor willing to forget.

    Harpers & Queen

  • Written with Sarah Harrison’s usual verve, this story offers new insights into the dangers of a mother’s overdependence, and the absolute necessity of letting go.

    Good Housekeeping

  • Harrison shows herself to be more than equal to the complexities of her plot … impeccable timing.

    The Times

  • Taut, suspenseful and sinister … powerful and compelling.

    A Dangerous Thing – Booklist

  • Harrison’s cinematic story has it all: history, war, passion, love, and heartbreaking loss.

    The Grass Memorial – Library Journal

  • A lovely, uplifting, gentle read that is both captivating and charming.

    The Red Dress – Booklist

Books

All my books are listed here – you’ll see I’ve used my own style of classification based on chatting to readers over the years. Use the links in the sidebar or click the items below to find out more about my books.

If a book’s out of print you’ll be able to find it in your local library, or on Amazon using the links provided.

Heart's Ease

A story about the power of home, and what it means. Some say home is where the heart is but hearts, as they must, move on ........

Love in a Mist

A story about the danger of lies, the terror of truth and the freedom, finally, to love.

The Rose in Winter

What if the one who got away comes back..? For those who like their romance with a dark side, and a twist in the tail.

The Wildflower Path

This is a contemporary novel complete in itself, but it also concludes the epic story that began with the bestselling WWI saga The Flowers of the Field, and continued with A Flower That’s Free.

A Flower That’s Free

Kate Kingsley is a prickly, defensive, bloody-minded young woman who leaves her adopted parents in Kenya for the restrictive society and febrile atmosphere of England between the wars.