Sue Henry – Anthony and Macavity Award Winner, her first Jessie Arnold mystery, Murder on the Iditarod Trail, won both the Anthony and Macavity Awards for Best First Novel. She also writes the Maxie McNabb mysteries. Henry is a former college administrator and has lived in Alaska for 30 years. She spends much of her spare time RVing around the Lower Forty-Eight or researching Alaska.
Praise for Sue Henry
"A FINE ADVENTURE... HENRY REVELS IN THE WILDNESS OF THE ALASKAN SCENERY AND KEEPS THE TENSION MOUNTING."
—Cleveland Plain Dealer (Dead North)
"HEART-STOPPING... ONE OF HENRY'S • BEST—IF NOT THE BEST."
—Publishers Weekly (*Starred Review*) (Dead North)
—Kirkus Reviews (Termination Dust)
"ABSORBING... SPECTACULAR... COMPELLING... A MARVELOUS AND FASCINATING EXPERIENCE"
—The Mystery Review (Termination Dust)
—The Baltimore Sun (Deadfall)
"Suspenseful, intelligent, and filled with the spectacular beauty of the northern wilds..."
—Dallas Morning News (Deadfall)
"REAL THRILLS SET AGAINST THE WILD BEAUTY OF ALASKA"
—Minneapolis Star Tribune (Murder on the Yukon Trail)
"The story hurtles along agreeably... Recommend this to fans of Nevada Barr."
—Booklist (Murder on the Yukon Trail)