LEARNING TO SWIM (2011)
While standing on the deck of the Lake Champlain ferry bound for Vermont, Troy Chance sees a small boy tossed over the side of a ferry going the opposite direction. Without thinking, she jumps to his rescue, setting off a chain of events that see her embroiled in a kidnapping plot with tendrils in the Adirondacks and Vermont as well as Ottawa and Montreal.
"A great cross between du Maurier’s Rebecca and your favorite Harlan Coben thriller." - Scott Montgomery, BookPeople
"A single woman dives headlong from a ferry into Lake Champlain to rescue a child, and then must figure out what to do with him. Compulsively readable, this is all about what we do for love." - Hallie Ephron, Boston Globe
A COLD AND LONELY PLACE (2013)
Freelance writer Troy Chance is snapping photos of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival ice palace when the ice-cutting machine falls silent. Encased in the ice is the shadowy outline of a body - a man she knows. This book follows Troy on a wrenching journey as she discovers the damage long-hidden secrets can cause, and catches a glimpse of what might have been.
"Sara J. Henry brilliantly draws us into a terrifying but ultimately affirmative novel in which, once again, love, friendship, and the shining truth about who we really are redeems an otherwise hopeless universe." - Howard Frank Mosher, award-winning author of The Great Northern Express and Walking to Gatlinburg
"A Cold and Lonely Place showcases Henry's powerful new voice. Set in the Adirondack winter, it is both a deeply atmospheric, seductive read and a captivating literary mystery. " - Julia Spencer-Fleming, New York Times bestselling author of One Was A Soldier
A Cold and Lonely Place
has been nominated
for an Anthony Award
for best novel of 2013
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