Books by Angela Huth

EASY SILENCE by Angela Huth
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 13, 2001

"A wise, perfectly pitched tale that's also a page-turner as it subtly warns of the perils that threaten even the most solid of marriages."
A perfect marriage is nearly destroyed by dangerous infatuations—as Huth (Land Girls, 1996, etc.) details with her customary perceptiveness the frailties and follies of good people. Read full book review >
WIVES OF THE FISHERMEN by Angela Huth
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 11, 1998

"Wise and richly satisfying, a splendidly nuanced anatomy of a friendship."
A deceptively unassuming but eloquent take on the friendship of two women in a Scottish fishing village. Read full book review >
LAND GIRLS by Angela Huth
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 1996

"Engaging, on all fronts."
It's rural England during WW II and the air is heavy with cordite, sheep dung, and romance in this wonderfully wise, evocative, and moving seventh novel by British author Huth (Invitation to the Married Life, 1992, etc.). Read full book review >
Released: Nov. 1, 1992

"Witty, wise, and wonderful: it's the marriage waltz danced as it should be—to its own secret music."
Things change in the years after the knot is tied, and for the well-bred, gently neurotic English couples in Huth's delightful fifth novel (Wanting, 1985, etc.), marriage has become something between a companionable slipknot and a neck-binding noose. Read full book review >