Sadie Jones

Sadie Jones is the author of the novels THE OUTCAST, winner of the Costa First Novel Award in the United Kingdom and a finalist for the Orange Prize for Fiction and the Los Angeles Times Book Prize Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction; and SMALL WARS, a tale of love, war, and honor, which was published to critical praise on both sides of the Atlantic. THE UNINVITED GUESTS is her third novel. Sadie Jones lives in London.

Sadie Jones

Books by Sadie Jones

by Sadie Jones - Fiction, Literature, Romance

Budding playwright Luke Kanowski, aspiring producer Paul Driscoll, and Paul's girlfriend, Leigh Radley, found a small theater company that enjoys unexpected early success. Then Luke meets Nina Jacobs, who drifts into a marriage with a manipulative theater producer. As Luke becomes a highly sought-after playwright, he stumbles in love, caught in two triangles where love, friendship and art will clash with terrible consequences for all involved.

by Sadie Jones - Fiction, Historical Fiction

Emerald Torrington didn't plan anything special for her 20th birthday. With her stepfather away on family business, it was just to be her siblings, her mother and an old friend. But a gift from a suitor, an unexpected reunion, a pony in the house, and a terrible train wreck destroy Emerald's careful plans and create a night of havoc, horror, revealed secrets and romance.