What people are saying about Sarah Harrison

  • Taut, suspenseful and sinister … powerful and compelling.

    A Dangerous Thing – Booklist

  • A consummate storyteller

    Woman & Home

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

    The Red Dress – Booklist

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

    Harpers & Queen

  • A delightful, funny, painful, sad tale … a real treat.

    Rose Petal Soup – Booklist

  • Harrison is a writer with a gift for mixing candour, compassion and comedy.

    YOU Magazine


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.

The Red Dress

We follow the progress of a gorgeous handmade dress through five different owners, and see how their lives are changed by possession of something uniquely beautiful.

Returning the Favour

Celeste has been doing favours for her philandering father and three selfish brothers her whole life. But when, in her thirties, she falls madly in love with a man they despise and disapprove of more, it’s time for the worm to turn…

Rose Petal Soup

Joss and Nico are made for each other. They’ve weathered tough times, his peccadilloes and her bouts of the blues. But nothing they’ve been through has prepared for them for the man their tricky daughter marries…

An Imperfect Lady

Addy is the girl with everything: a happy and privileged upbringing, friends, wealth and talent. But when it comes to love she’s a disaster, a classic case of the woman who loves not wisely but too well.

The Grass Memorial

An officer in the Light Brigade, an American fighter pilot flying out of East Anglia in WWII, and a singer-songwriter - have one numinous place in common: the Bronze Age white horse blazoned on a hillside in southern England.