What people are saying about Sarah Harrison
A nice dry, wry style … you who have tears to shed, prepare to shed them now
Harrison shows herself to be more than equal to the complexities of her plot … impeccable timing.
…written with Sarah Harrison’s usual perception and telling eye for detail … warm, moving and believable
Home and Life
A delightful, funny, painful, sad tale … a real treat.
Rose Petal Soup – Booklist
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.
A consummate storyteller
Woman & Home
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.
Heaven’s on Hold
Heaven’s on Hold looks at the awful strain put on a middle-years marriage by the arrival of a first baby. The mess, the sleepless nights, the realisation that your well-ordered life has gone for ever, and is no longer your own…
Both Your Houses
The ‘Romeo and Juliet’ scenario, turned inside out. What if instead of two warring families I took two families who had been friends, but whose respective children form a relationship and then break it off in the messiest way imaginable? What would happen to the friendship? What would be the fall-out, for all concerned?
A Dangerous Thing
A time-shift thriller about an academic, recuperating in the country following a breakdown, who believes he has witnessed a murder that is yet to happen and becomes involved in a race against time to prevent the it happening.
The Divided Heart
A love-story, originally intended for Mills & Boon, who turned it down – unsurprisingly, since in those days M & B fictional love affairs ended with the closing of the bedroom door, and my story has an unmarried couple making out on the hearthrug…
Appi, is fixated by a strange, half-lit portrait of Ashe and is influenced by the man she sees there. Even from beyond the grave Ashe’s influence is not benign, and we know before she does that her story will not end well.