Books by James Michael Pratt

PARADISE BAY by James Michael Pratt
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 10, 2002

"Sweetness and light in a plot riddled with shortcuts."
Again from Pratt (Ticket Home, 2001, etc.), a love story too saccharine and formulaic to be affecting. Read full book review >
TICKET HOME by James Michael Pratt
Released: Feb. 1, 2001

"Heartfelt but without the emotional punch of Pratt's previous work."
Once again celebrating the Greatest Generation, Pratt (The Lighthouse Keeper, p. 12, etc.) charts another love story, this time about twin brothers who worship the same woman. Read full book review >
THE LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER by James Michael Pratt
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 2000

"Heartfelt but too message-driven'and thus uncompelling'to bring out the Kleenex. (Literary Guild featured alternate and Doubleday Book Club; author tour)"
Best-selling Pratt's second is sweetly sincere but less affecting than his first (The Last Valentine, 1998) in detailing two generations of Irish-American men learning to endure loss. Read full book review >
THE LAST VALENTINE by James Michael Pratt
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 14, 1998

"Sincere, heartfelt, and a natural for television. (TV rights to Vonzernick-Sertner Films; Literary Guild alternate selection; author tour)"
Love, as tested by war and time, is affectingly celebrated in this artless and affirming first novel that, previously self- published, appears now in a trade edition. Read full book review >