I loved Maxie McNabb in the Serpents Trail. It's great to have a protagonist who's retired, and who enjoys traveling on her own. Please write many more tales for Maxie...soon!
I enjoyed the first two books I read.
But, right now, I feel rather peeved. Sitting here reading Dead North and all of a sudden, in the middle of the chase up the Alaska Highway, I have 47 pages from something called "The Chase" by Lynsay Sands. This is NOT GOOD! I have a feeling I have lost much of the book - certainly it's momentum - in the 47-48 pages that I am missing from Dead North.
Now, I am in a quandary: Do I continue reading or do I go out and look for a new copy for the sake of the missing 47 pages?
Did this only happen in my copy? Or, is it every copy from this printing? Woe is me.
Otherwise, I was really enjoying this book. As I have enjoyed the previous ones that I have read. I am a late comer.
I absolutely love all your Jessie Arnold books for many reasons. One of them is my name is Jessie so I thought that was pretty cool number two is that I live along the Alaska Hyway so I really enjoyed reading Dead North. Although after reading Dead North I was kind of creeped out about going to Liard Hot Springs. lol
I have read almost every one of the series but i am missing the newest one and Beneth the ashes. But my mom ordered them for me so they should be here soon and I just found out about the Maxie series so I got her to order all of thoese for me two. So I cant wait till they come in. If you ever end up reading this I just want you to know your my favourite author and I would like to meet you someday.
I startedc reading your books in September or October 1997. I was browsing the supermarkets paperbacks looking for new reading material when I saw Death Takes Passage. When I saw on the cover "An Alaska Mystery' I had to have it. My mom and I went to Alaska and to the Yukon Territory that August, and was hooked on your novels ever since. I really enjoy reading your novels, as I've read Termination Dust several times. (I think that one is one of my favorites, especially when I know where everything was in Dawson City.) Thank you for sharing your stories! I look forward to all of them.
I am guessing that, if you email the publisher, they will send you a new copy. Hey, look on the bright side - maybe it will become a collector's item!
I love your books and just got the Jesse Arnold book. I love reading your books and enjoy going to Alaska with you. I feel as though I am there. Thank you
Degrees of Separation is now available.
Within the little green box from the National Library of Congress, I discover you and your mysteries. I may not see, but I sure can talk about you. Moved to Alaska in 1959 when my husband became a Fish and Wildlife Protection Officer and have since retired to the lower '48. Please keep the Alaskan adventure going.
Does anyone know a web site or email where I can speak with Sue Henry. Apparently she is no long teaching at UAA . I am doing research on Native American lore in Alaska and need to ask a few questions. Thanks
Does anyone know why Sue Henry's new book "Cold as Ice" has not been released yet? It was scheduled to be released in 9/10
Seems like a long time in between releases. I believe the newest book is 2009's The End of the Road.
Dear Sue Henry Please do another Maxie and Stretch.