»Harrison was noted for her nonfiction, but as this first novel demonstrates, she also had a flair for make-believe, with clever twists and elegant writing. Her death in April at the age of 65 makes the book a bittersweet pleasure to the reader, who knows it won’t be followed by another tour of ordinary lives fraught with doubts and deception.«
Waiting game: Writer Kathy Blumenstock about the novel The Silent Wife by A.S.A. Harrison. Her review at The Washington Post.