Books by Stanley Middleton

MOTHER’S BOY by Stanley Middleton
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 15, 2007

"Middleton's fiction doesn't wave flags or strike sparks. It stares you in the face and tells the plain truth, and it knows more things about us than we might have believed possible."
Three variously embattled marriages and their complex interconnections are scrupulously analyzed in the veteran author's new novel—his 43rd, in a half-century's work including the 1974 Booker Prize-winning Holiday. Read full book review >
BRIEF GARLANDS by Stanley Middleton
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 1, 2004

"A quite celebration of the examined life lived with rueful acceptance."
A slice-of-life quietly chronicles the ways domestic lives are roiled by unexpected changes and losses that challenge a retired couple's good intentions. Read full book review >
CHANGES AND CHANCES by Stanley Middleton
Released: July 30, 1992

Middleton, author of some 30 novels, here offers a sturdy, penetrating study of a man who ``doesn't seem to consider consequences'' and of the women who surround him, notably his housekeeper/lover. Read full book review >