Books by Linda Phillips Ashour

A COMFORTING LIE by Linda Phillips Ashour
Released: July 1, 1999

"A talented writer, tangled here in a story that swings awkwardly from melodrama to serious fiction, never fully becoming either."
A somewhat puzzling story about the manner in which the pursuit of happiness blinds one to reality. Read full book review >
SWEET REMEDY by Linda Phillips Ashour
Released: May 1, 1996

"Though adept enough in the actual storytelling, Ashour rehashes themes (divorce, midlife love, return to home and hearth) that are all too familiar."
Offering a conventional analysis of the woes of a modern marriage, Ashour (Joy Baby, 1992, etc.) relies on homespun quirkiness to distract readers from routine plotting. Read full book review >
JOY BABY by Linda Phillips Ashour
Released: July 1, 1992

"Disappointing effort by a talented writer who seems to dislike the novel's form."
Fragmented story—marked by a fatal lack of development—of three generations of the Hanks Petroleum family. Read full book review >