Sarah Smith (born 1947) is an American authorliving in Brookline, Massachusetts.
She holds a B.A. and a Ph.D. in English literature, both from Harvard. She was an Assistant Professor of English for several years before going to work in the computer industry. She has worked for
Lisp Machines Inc., Bachman Inc., ITP Systems, Inc., and Effective Educational Tech which was acquired by Pearson Education in 2006.
She is the author of a three-novel
historical mystery series set in turn of the century Boston and Paris about amnesiac Alexander von Reisden. [1 ]
The Vanished Child (1992) (reprint Ballantine Books, 1993, ISBN 978-0-345-38164-4) [2 ] [3 ]
The Knowledge of Water Ballantine Books, 1996, ISBN 978-0-345-39135-3. [2 ] [3 ]
A Citizen of the Country (2000) (reprint Ballantine Books, 2002, ISBN 978-0-345-43303-9) [4 ]
Chasing Shakespeares Atria Books, 2003, ISBN 978-0-7434-6482-6
The Other Side of Dark Atheneum, 2010, ISBN 978-1-4424-0280-5
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References [ edit ]
^ "Crime," By Marilyn Stasio, review of The Knowledge of Water in The New York Times, September 8, 1996
^ a b Durham, Carolyn A. (2005). . Bucknell University Press. p. 134. Literary globalism: Anglo-American fiction set in France ISBN 978-0-8387-5608-9.
^ a b Jacob, Merle; Apple, Hope (2000). (2nd ed.). Greenwood Publishing Group. p. 267. To be continued: an annotated guide to sequels ISBN 978-1-57356-155-6.
^ Durham, Carolyn A. (2005). . Bucknell University Press. p. 135. Literary globalism: Anglo-American fiction set in France ISBN 978-0-8387-5608-9.
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