Praise For The Consequence of Love and Tell The Girl

‘This pacy far-reaching novel is beautifully written, emotionally engaging and stuffed full of characters you’ll root for’

Daily Mail

‘Evokes the early Sixties with real authority, colour and glamour’  The Independent

‘This glitzy, glamorous book is sheer escapism from start to finish’  Bella

‘Sandra infuses Susannah’s story with an authenticity and assurance only possible from someone who has really graced the cover of Vogue, partied with Sinatra and dined with John F Kennedy’  Daily Express

‘A good old-fashioned love story’  Sunday Times

‘I turned the last page of Tell the Girl with a real feeling of regret that this great treat had come to an end’ Joanna Lumley

‘Marvellously observed, hugely enjoyable’  Jilly Cooper



Praise for A Matter of Loyalty and Ex-Wives

‘Sandra Howard’s thriller could not be a more topical and entertaining yarn that explores the conflict of interest between love, politics and religion’  The Tatler

‘Topical and intriguing…..Brave and far reaching, the novel never loses pace…..thrilling’  Daily Telegraph

‘One of our most popular novelists’ Daily Mail

‘Intriguing and captivating…with plenty of pace and suspense’  Daily Mirror



Praise for Ursula’s Story and Glass Houses

‘It is easy to see why Howard has been compared with Jilly Cooper and Joanna Trollope….a witty storyteller as well as a keen social observer’  Sunday Telegraph

‘Subtly sexy and crammed with fascinating detail of political high life’ Jilly Cooper on Glass Houses

‘This paean to middle-flowering lust could be the start of a great Trollope of a career’ Sunday Telegraph on Glass Houses

‘If the litmus test for a political romance is whether you keep turning the pages, Glass Houses passes with distinction and leaves you ready for more.  Observer

‘Less bonkers than Jilly Cooper and more fun than Joanna Trollope, Sandra Howard is a welcome addition to the modern women’s fiction shelves.  The only question is: what took her so long?’  Evening Standard

‘…Howard weaves the varied strands of her ingenious plot into a smooth and exciting narrative.  She has created some interesting characters, in particular her protagonist – a very English heroine, tactful and malleable, but with a steely core of integrity.  One wishes she were true’ Independent