Suzanne Morris is a novelist with seven published books including the CLEARHARBOUR TRILOGY-- with the final book published in September 2007. She has also published a six-part history of the Brown family of Galveston, entitled "The Browns of Ashton Villa." She is now writing a new novel set in the East Texas oil fields and Houston, between 1916 and 1959.
Her first novel GALVESTON (Doubleday, 1976) won the Evelyn Oppenheimer First Novel Award, and was honored in the Literary East Texas Project in 1979.
Subsequent books were KEEPING SECRETS (1979), SKYCHILD (1981), WIVES AND MISTRESSES (1986), LOOK BACK WITH LONGING (2005, the first book of the CLEARHARBOUR TRILOGY), ELIZABETH'S LEGACY (2006, the second book of the Trilogy), and CLEARHARBOUR (2007, the final book in the CLEARHARBOUR TRILOGY).
Her books have been sold in trade paperback editions, and foreign rights include England, South America, and the Netherlands.
Her books are available at all major online booksellers (see My Works menu button above for a synopsis of each novel, excerpts from the text, and direct links to Barnes & Noble for online purchase).
Suzanne regularly schedules book signings and speaking engagements (see Events menu button above) and welcomes your inquiries for arranging these.
As of November, 2010, Suzanne has a limited number of all seven of her novels on hand for sale. Orders can be inscribed and shipped. If you are interested, please contact her either by telephone, or via email.
Sweeping from the English coast to the shores of America, this stunning conclusion to the CLEARHARBOUR TRILOGY follows the Selby family into the third generation.
The second book in the CLEARHARBOUR TRILOGY, ELIZABETH'S LEGACY carries forward the story of the Selby family through the romance and political intrigue of World War II, in England and the United States
LOOK BACK WITH LONGING
Book one of the CLEARHARBOUR TRILOGY. An intriguing story of love and betrayal, loss and redemption, set in the U.S. and England in the dark days of WWI, through the reckless 1920's.
"The plot is both plausible and facinating. The ending is devastating and unexpected. You won't forget this story ten minutes after you put it down."
-- Gazette Telegraph, Colorado Springs
"Casts a spell!"
-- Publishers Weekly"Imaginative gusto... feverish... seductive"
-- Harper's Bookletter
WIVES AND MISTRESSES
"A fascinating multi-generational story that is full of intriguing twist and turns."
"Poignant yet unsentimental... Engrossing plot... highly recommended."
-- Library Journal