Books by Sara Hylton

RECKMIRE MARSH by Sara Hylton
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 13, 1995

"Fast-moving, but with a hollow ring throughout."
British novelist Hylton's 14th output (Shadow of the Nile, 1994, etc.) is light on history and heavy on histrionics as its insipid heroine weathers the horrors of WW II with a decided lack of common sense. Read full book review >
IN THE SHADOW OF THE NILE by Sara Hylton
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 19, 1994

"What aspires to be an examination of cultural difference instead disintegrates into a routine romance with a poorly painted, if exotic, setting."
In this historical romance, an intriguing idea is diminished by clichÇd writing and a main character who is at first witless and insensitive and then almost lifeless. Read full book review >
SUMMER OF THE FLAMINGOES by Sara Hylton
Released: May 29, 1991

"It's all markedly predictablelargely thanks to Lisa's willing acceptance of victimization and tiresome goodness, character traits that combine to make her a thornless rose, and thus an unnatural, uncompelling heroine."
Another English rose gets sorely tested by misfortune and nasty relatives but, true to Hylton form (as established in Fragile Heritage, My Sister Clare, and others), weathers the storm still decorously foliated and smelling sweet. Read full book review >