Sara J. Henry

Sara J. Henry’s first novel, Learning to Swim (Crown, 2011), which won the Anthony and Agatha awards for best first novel and the Mary Higgins Clark Award, was a Target Emerging Author Editions pick, and was named one of Best Books of 2011 by the Boston Globe. Her second novel, A Cold and Lonely Place (Crown, 2013), was a Reader’s Digest Select Books choice and won the Silver Falchion award for best novel. Both novels are set in the Adirondacks, where Sara began her writing career as a newspaper sports editor. She’s written for Prevention, Bicycling, Triathlete, and other magazines, and was an editor at Rodale Books and Women’s Sports & Fitness. She attended the Community of Writers in 2006 (fiction) and 2007 (nonfiction).