A Year After Henry


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Sourcebooks Landmark
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5.33 X 0.71 X 8.01 inches | 0.62 pounds
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About the Author

Cathie Pelletier was born and raised on the banks of the St. John River, at the end of the road in Northern Maine. She is the author of 11 other novels, including The Funeral Makers (NYTBR Notable Book), The Weight of Winter (winner of the New England Book Award) and Running the Bulls (winner of the Paterson Prize for Fiction). As K. C. McKinnon, she has written two novels, both of which became television films. After years of living in Nashville, Tennessee Toronto, Canada and Eastman, Quebec, she has returned to Allagash, Maine and the family homestead where she was born. She is at work on a new novel.


"Pelletier is expert at taking familiar types in familiar settings (much of her work is set in her native northern Maine) and not disturbing that sense of familiarity but rather fully inhabiting it. " - The New York Times Book Review
"Pelletier's writing bristles with sharp descriptions and her story hums along at a satisfying pace, drawing the reader in with sympathetic and utterly believable characters." - Publishers Weekly
"Sensitive yet witty, Pelletier's (The One-Way Bridge, 2013) wise examination of one of life's most tragic episodes brims with hopeful understanding." - Booklist
"A Year After Henry is a great look at the effect people have on each other and how difficult it can be to get on with your life after they go." - Boston Herald