»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.
- Father Knows Death by Jeffey Allan
- Hex on the Ex by Rochelle Staab
- Looming Murder by Carol Ann Martin
- Lethal Treasure by Jane K. Cleland
- The Diva Frosts a Cupcake by Krista Davis
Cats, crafts and crime – typical ingredient of cozy mysteries. Kathy Blumenstock about five new books for cozy lovers. Her reviews at The Washington Post.
»At more than 450 pages, The Guilty One takes the long route to delivering its disturbing story, and some judicious editing could have pared the tale without affecting its punch.«
Lisa Ballantyne’s reflective first novel The Guilty One takes too long to reach a verdict, Kathy Blumenstock says. Her review you will find at The Washington Post.