Author Sarah J. Henry will be present at the Belden Noble Memorial Library in Essex, NY, for a Talk and Book Signing on Thursday, August, 1, at 7:00PM. She is the author of two recent mystery/suspense novels that take place in the Adirondacks and is working on a third.
Her debut novel Learning to Swim, introduces us to the series’ heroine (or perhaps best referred to as the amatuer dectective given the genre) Troy Chance, a freelance journalist who rescues a young boy and embroils herself in an elaborate kidnapping plot. We meet Troy again in the sequel A Cold and Lonely Place, which involves the discovery of a corpse found in the ice being used to build the annual Saranac Lake ice castle. To learn more about these books you can read our review of Learning to Swim and our review of A Cold and Lonely Place.
Do you want to try to win a free copy of either book? Then come to the event at the library and be one of the first two people to introduce yourself and tell us that you read one of our reviews!
About Sara J. Henry
Sara has a master’s degree in journalism from Carleton University in Ottawa, was an editor at Rodale Books and at Womens Sports & Fitness magazine, and is an alumna of Squaw Valley Writers Conference. She has edited many nonfiction books, worked as a correspondence writing school instructor, written for numerous magazines, and written and cowritten several nonfiction books. (She’s also been a soil scientist, website designer, and bicycle mechanic.)
She’s from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and now lives on a dirt road in southern Vermont with at least one too many dogs. (SaraJHenry.com)
Learn more about the author on her website www.sarajhenry.com.