Books by Evelin Sullivan

THE CONCISE BOOK OF LYING by Evelin Sullivan
NON-FICTION
Released: Aug. 1, 2001

"A true pleasure: Lying has come in for its fair share of philosophical analysis, but rarely has it been so well written about, or had more light shed on its true nature."
Another treatment of one of humanity's oldest traits (also see Jeremy Campbell, above). Read full book review >
FOUR OF FOOLS by Evelin Sullivan
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 1995

"Sullivan's considerable skills—in plot and in prose—keep her readers hooked even when coincidences become too far-fetched."
Sullivan's fourth novel (after Games of the Blind, 1994) is a deftly handled psychological thriller about concealment and the dark power of secrets. Read full book review >
GAMES OF THE BLIND by Evelin Sullivan
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 1994

"A fascinatingly claustrophobic book, spent entirely inside the narrator's twisted, relentlessly analytical, self-condemning mind. (Author tour)"
Sullivan (The Dead Magician, not reviewed) has produced a third novel that delves deeply and obsessively into the nature of obsession itself: obsession with a person, with sex, with, beneath it all, the self. Read full book review >