Less bonkers than Jilly Cooper and more fun than Joanna Trollope...a
welcome addition to the modern women's fiction shelves -- Evening Standard, September 11, 2006
'The parliamentary plot is skilfully and subtly woven'
-- The Spectator 7/10
...a Jilly Cooper heroine who has gone all respectable and somehow
got mixed up in politics. Read it...and enjoy.
-- Sunday Express, September 10, 2006
Diverting first novel from a woman who knows better than most the
whispers and waywardness of Westminster -- Good Housekeeping Magazine, September, 2006
Glass Houses is a page turner...unlike many of her
political-insider fellow writers, Sandra has actually come up with a plot -- Daily Express, September 15, 2006
If the litmus test for a political romance is whether you keep
turning the pages, GLASS HOUSES passes with distinction -- Observer, September 10, 2006
-- Daily Mirror, September 15, 2006
This is refreshingly different...Howard weaves the varied strands
of her ingenious plot into a smooth and exciting narrative -- Independent, September 15, 2006
`A lovely first novel - subtly sexy and crammed with fascinating
detail of political high life' -- JILLY COOPER
this paean to middle-flowering lust could be the start of a great
Trollope of a career -- Sunday Telegraph, September 10,2006
About the Author
Sandra Howard has quickly established herself as a highly successful commercial novelist. Married to the former leader of the Conservative Party, Michael Howard, she was also, in the l960s, one of the UK's leading fashion models. Sandra lives in London and in Kent.
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