Books by Mary-Rose Hayes

A TIME TO RUN by Barbara Boxer
Released: Nov. 1, 2005

"Short on subtlety and insider dish, this political page-turner will nevertheless rally the blue and annoy the red."
California Senator Boxer's first novel follows the fortunes of a young children's advocate and her politically polarized swains. Read full book review >
PAPER STAR by Mary-Rose Hayes
Released: May 27, 1991

"Patently ridiculous, utterly 2-D, though it might attract a high school readership, since it's the sort of book adolescents would be tempted to hide behind their algebra texts."
A half-baked pop-fiction casserole by Hayes (The Winter Women, Amethyst) about three brat-packish bosom buddies who come of age in the eye of a veritable tornado of outlandishness. Read full book review >
WHAT SHE HAD TO DO by Mary-Rose Hayes

"An enthralling, well-written family novel."
In this quiet, intense novel, a woman returns to England to comfort the dying mother she rejected long ago. Read full book review >