Books by Susan Beth Miller

Susan Miller is a psychologist and the author of several nonfiction books on psychology. Her short fiction has won numerous awards, including two Avery Hopwood Prizes. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


INDIGO ROSE by Susan Beth Miller
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Dec. 28, 2004

"Still, despite occasional clunkiness, Miller's vernacular style is altogether winning in a story that seriously tries to examine the depression of foreign caregivers."
Personal tragedy puts a Jamaican child-care provider on the road to ruin—in a contrived, sometimes overwrought, and jazzily accented debut. Read full book review >
A BEAUTIFUL BOY by Susan Beth Miller
FICTION & LITERATURE

"A striking, searing work that will linger long in readers' memories."
Miller's (Indigo Rose, 2005) novel tells a tale of survival and growth in a war-torn land. Read full book review >