Books by Rosemary Sullivan

Released: June 2, 2015

"The author manages suspense and intrigue at every turn."
A biography of haunting fascination portrays its subject as a pawn of historical circumstance who tried valiantly to create her own life. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 3, 2006

"A complex tale showing how hope and courage flourish, even in the toxic soil of totalitarianism."
As World War II looms, darkens and erupts, a group of artists, writers and other exiles gather in Marseilles, where their escapes are plotted and executed by a doughty group led by American Varian Fry. Read full book review >
Released: Feb. 1, 2002

"Highbrow self-help for heterosexual women over 30."
In this absurdly titled little work, a poet and biographer of women (The Red Shoes: Margaret Atwood, Starting Out, not reviewed; English/Univ. of Toronto) retells the old story of a woman's obsessive passion for a self-centered man, then meditates on its themes. Read full book review >