Books by Jr. Harris

NO ENEMY BUT TIME by Jr. Harris
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 16, 2002

"Frenetic violence aside: a sweetly redemptive if strained tale of heroism, faith, and rough justice."
Second-novelist Harris brings back characters from his Civil War-set Delirium of the Brave (1999), this time serving up a slew of Nazi spies, IRA agents, voodoo practitioners, religious mystics, and upper-crust locals—all of whose interactions too adroitly lead to one good man's triumph. Read full book review >
DELIRIUM OF THE BRAVE by Jr. Harris
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 17, 1999

"Cluttered, repetitious, yet ultimately uplifting reaffirmation of southern gentility, fair play, and blind faith. ($100,000 ad/promo; author tour)"
Old-fashioned multigenerational saga of buried treasure, hidden sin, and the redemptive power of religion and family, set in balmy Savannah. Read full book review >