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Sue Henry

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Name  Sue Henry

Role  Writer

Awards  Macavity Awards for Best First Mystery Novel, Anthony Award for Best First Novel
Books  Murder on the Iditarod Trail, Dead north, The Serpents trail, Murder on the Yukon Quest, The Tooth of Time: A Maxie an

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Sue Henry (born 1940) is a writer of mystery thriller fiction. She has also been a college administrator and instructor at the University of Alaska and has lived in Alaska since the 1970s.


Her first book Murder on the Iditarod Trail (1991), was well reviewed and won both the Macavity Awards and Anthony Awards for best first novel, prompting the author to develop a series based on this book's characters, Alaskan state trooper Alex Jensen and Jessie Arnold, a sled dog racer. In 2005 she started a new mystery series featuring a 63-year-old widow, Maxine McNab, travelling in her Winnebago with a miniature dachshund, Stretch. Maxine had appeared in Dead North (2001) in the first series. Henry went on the road to research the book.

Murder on the Iditarod Trail was filmed for television as The Cold Heart of a Killer (1996) starring Kate Jackson, who bought the rights to the book.

All maps for her books starting with Dead North (2001) were made by her son, Eric Henry.

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Alex Jensen and Jessie Arnold

  • Murder on the Iditarod Trail (1991) Winner of the Macavity Award and Anthony Awards Awards for Best First Novel, 1992
  • Termination Dust (1996)
  • Sleeping Lady (1996)
  • Death Takes Passage (1997)
  • Deadfall (1998)
  • Murder on the Yukon Quest: An Alaska Mystery (1999)
  • Beneath the Ashes (2001)
  • Dead North (2001)
  • Cold Company (2002)
  • Death Trap (2003)
  • Murder at Five Finger Light (2005)
  • Degrees of Separation (2008)
  • Cold as Ice (2010)(Unfinished)
  • Maxie and Stretch

  • The Serpents Trail (2004)
  • The Tooth of Time (2006)
  • The Refuge (2007)
  • The End of the Road (2009)
  • References

    Sue Henry Wikipedia

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