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Sarah Smith

(Sarah Winthrop Smith)
USA flag (b.1947)

Sarah Smith has lived in Japan, London, and Paris. A Harvard Ph.D., she is a former film teacher with a special love for the early films she evokes in this book. She is also the author of the New York Times Notable Books The Vanished Child and The Knowledge of Water. She lives near Boston, Massachusetts, with her husband, two teenagers, and two cats. She is Webmaster for the Mystery Writers of America.

Genres: Mystery
   Chasing Shakespeares (2003)
   The Sunken Sailor (2004) (with others)
   The Other Side of Dark (2010)
   A New Shakespearean Poem? (poems) (2022)
   Pasko Na, My Love (2022) (with others)
Series contributed to
Sarah Smith recommends
Bold Love (2022)
(Forever Adirondacks, book 3)
Lauren Accardo
"The ultimate comfort romance read...engrossing and heartfelt."
The Adventures of Isabel (2020)
(Epitome Apartments Mystery, book 1)
Candas Jane Dorsey
"Candas Jane Dorsey’s terrific mysteries are what would happen if Raymond Chandler and Frank N. Furter collaborated on cozies and the heroine were a pansexual private detective with heart, smarts, and a T-shirt saying MASCARA IS THE NEW NOIR. There’s female bonding, sex (lots of it), and a cat or two. You’ll scream with laughter, you’ll checkmark phrases. And then, if you’re a nice person and love your friends, you’ll put these books in their hands and insist they read them too."
Wicked City (2012)
(Zephyr Hollis, book 2)
Alaya Dawn Johnson
"Zephyr Hollis is a tender-hearted stunner of a heroine, and her supernatural New York is a page-turning delight."

More recommendations 

Anthologies containing stories by Sarah Smith
Conspiracy! (2016)
edited by
Judith K Dial and Thomas A Easton
Blood Lines (1997)
Vampire Stories from New England
edited by
Martin H Greenberg and Lawrence Schimel
The Best New Horror 5 (1995)
(Mammoth Book of Best New Horror, book 5)
edited by
Ramsey Campbell and Stephen Jones

More anthologies 

Agatha Award Best Children/Young Adult Fiction winner (2010) : The Other Side of Dark

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