What people are saying about Sarah Harrison

  • A cleverly plotted suspense thriller packed with unexpected twists and engaging characters … thriller fans will find plenty to enjoy here.

    The Next Room – Booklist

  • Taut, suspenseful and sinister … powerful and compelling.

    A Dangerous Thing – Booklist

  • A consummate storyteller

    Woman & Home

  • A thoroughly enjoyable novel with a strong feel-good factor … and buckets of charm.

    Matters Arising – Booklist

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

    The Grass Memorial – Library Journal

  • 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.

Hot Breath

Harriet Blair, is a wife and mother of two teenage children, and the author of torrid historical romances. When her husband is sent overseas for a year she stumbles into a passionate affair with a hot-blooded Greek who also happens to be the local GP…

Cold Feet

Harriet Blair makes her second appearance (there is a third). I didn’t write the HB books sequentially, they just popped up when I needed some light relief in between more serious projects.

Foreign Parts

The third and last of the Harriet Blair books is set in France, a clogs-and-shawls romance complete with stroppy mine-owners and spirited women at the pithead.

How to Write a Blockbuster

Acknowledging that if there were rules for writing blockbusters everyone would be doing it, I set out to cover all aspects of producing a BIG book – from inspiration to successful promotion, not overlooking the tricky psychological side of it.

In Granny’s Garden

A story in verse about a small boy who encounters a dinosaur in his grandmother’s garden, illustrated by Mike Wilks.