Books by Diana Saville

THE HONEY MAKERS by Diana Saville
Released: Feb. 8, 1997

"Obvious and unmoving."
British gardening-writer Saville (The Marriage Bed, p. 21) returns, this time with a thinly veiled soap opera, in the guise of a novel on modern marriage, that offends on many counts, not the least in its portrayal of women. Read full book review >
THE MARRIAGE BED by Diana Saville
Released: March 1, 1996

"Saville has the trappings down but needs to work on creating characters worth caring about—and, here, a hollow ending doesn't help matters."
A British writer's debut aspires to Pilcheresque heights (glorious English gardens, estranged children, the sanctity of home) but falls way short, thanks to far too many loose ends and not nearly enough charm. Read full book review >