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<i>A Cold and Lonely Place</i> is the sequel to <i>Learning to Swim</i>.
A Cold and Lonely Place is the sequel to Learning to Swim.

Book review: A Cold and Lonely Place

In the opening scene of Sara J. Henry's new novel, a body is found in Lake Flower, frozen into the ice near the village of Saranac Lake. Betsy Kepes has this review of A Cold and Lonely Place.  Go to full article

Books: "Learning to Swim"

This week Random House releases Sara Henry's debut mystery, Learning to Swim. The story begins, literally, in Lake Champlain when Troy Chance jumps off a ferry to rescue a small child. From there the action proceeds to Lake Placid, Ottawa and Burlington. Betsy Kepes talked to Sara Henry about the North Country setting of her book.  Go to full article

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