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Sue Henry is an Anthony and Macavity Award winner for her first Alaska mystery, Murder on the Iditarod Trail. She has lived in Alaska for the past 23 years, currently in Anchorage, where she writes, travels, and teaches writing at the University of Alaska.

Discuss her mysteries-- including her newest thriller, Murder on the Yukon Quest, below.



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Schuyler Judd - 09:51am Nov 4, 2006 PST(#44 of 55)

Hi Sue!

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!


Janet McGill - 01:50pm Mar 3, 2007 PST(#45 of 55)

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.


Jessie.G - 09:16pm Mar 10, 2007 PST(#46 of 55)

Dear Sue, 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.


Kelli Horn - 05:39pm May 15, 2007 PST(#47 of 55)

Dear Sue, 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.


Fran Hinkel - 04:01am Jul 24, 2007 PST(#48 of 55)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Hi Janet

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!


goodman anne - 09:02am Apr 11, 2008 PST(#49 of 55)

Hello Sue, 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


Fran Hinkel - 02:55am May 17, 2008 PST(#50 of 55)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Degrees of Separation is now available.


Woldstad Heim - 06:08pm May 17, 2008 PST(#51 of 55)

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.


Krys Wagner - 04:34pm Nov 25, 2008 PST(#52 of 55)

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


Lorraine Sunder - 08:25pm Feb 5, 2011 PST(#53 of 55)

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


Fran Hinkel - 05:51am Apr 10, 2012 PST(#54 of 55)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Seems like a long time in between releases. I believe the newest book is 2009's The End of the Road.


Mary Rogge - 01:01pm Jan 19, 2013 PST(#55 of 55)

Dear Sue Henry Please do another Maxie and Stretch.

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