Cold as Ice
By S. Jones on Jul 26, 2013
I have read every one of Sue Henry's books and have been eagerly awaiting the release of Cold as Ice. What has happened to Ms. Henry? I love her books and I love Alaska and can't wait to read the next one. Having visited Alaska makes the stories more interesting when we travel to some of the towns in her books.
What's going on?
By Amazon Customer on Sep 30, 2010
Been waiting for Cold As Ice. No books available from Amazon (except 5 overpriced ones from the Marketplace), our local library cancels our pre-publication request and can find no information no matter what search engine I try. Anyone heard?
Where is the Ice?
By Max Hester on Feb 27, 2011
Same here. I've been anxiously awaiting Henry's next book Cold As Ice for a long time now? I hope she's okay too.
A possible answer to Sue Henry and Cold as Ice
By Scratch Cook on Aug 12, 2011
I just googled "sue henry author cold as ice" and there in the listings was: Fiction_Larchives (2011) There is a possible explanation of the missing "Cold as Ice" book. It's quite possible that Ms Henry is a very private person and doesn't want to be a public person in airing the problem, in spite of her popularity as an author! If you hungar for Alaska Mysteries while waiting for Sue Henry's book, try Dana Stabenow! Start from the beginning of her books and get the flavor of Alaska as if you were really there. Experience the cold and wind, the quirkyness of breakup and enjoy the development of the characters.
Cold as Ice
By Cheryl on Nov 18, 2010
I was curious also....what happened? The book was showing it was ready to be released and now it is not there....wondering if something happened to the author? Love these books...hope all is well
What happened to this book? Still waiting....
By Amy J Allen on May 24, 2011
I've been waiting a long time for this book to be released. I too, hope Dana is ok. What's the deal Amazon? Release some information about this please.
THE GREAT SUE HENRY MYSTERY
By Harry Dawkins on Sep 15, 2014
This book is now four years past its publication date. I find it hard to believe that no one can tell us what happened to the book or to Mrs. Henry in all this time. Amazon can surely find out from the publisher. I'm 72 years old and Mrs. Henry is two years older than that, so it looks very much as if this title is lost. But, if so, why can't they tell us something????
Still not available?
By Debbie Vankoughnett on Nov 04, 2013
Rated as this as book is not even available to read!!! Like other posts am Still waiting! for the book to be released and it is now October 2013. What happened?
What happened to Sue Henry?
By Molly on Feb 06, 2011
I have read all of Sue Henry's books about Maxie & Stretch and Jessie Arnold. Loved all of them, but wondered about the last one, "End of the Road". It didn't seem like Henry was in her element when she wrote that one (if indeed she did write it!) I wondered if she is suffering from an illness and didn't want anyone to know it. From other emails, I read that she was scheduled to make an appearance in Alaska in Nov. 2010, and that perhaps the publisher or Henry herself decided to not release "Cold as Ice" on Sept. 7, 2010 as promised. That perhaps, they decided to wait and release the book when she made that Nov booking. Well, here it is Feb, 2011 and there is nothing from Henry or her publisher regarding what her plans are. Not very nice to her loyal readers is my thoughts on this matter. In the meantime, I have discovered another author who is Native Alaskan. Her name is Dana Stabenow, and she writes mysteries that are based in Alaska. She is GREAT !! I love her character, Kate Shugak. Kate is an Aluet Alaskan Native and lives in the middle of Alaska and is very, very descriptive of Alaska and the native cultures. I highly recommend any Sue Henry reader to read some of Dana Stabenow.
By Eleven on Sep 17, 2012
I too am looking for the 13th installment of the Jesse Arnold (Alex Jensen) Mysteries. As it is now September 2012, my guess is that it was never published. I am wishing Sue Henry well as I assume she must have a good (not good) reason for quitting. WE MISS YOU.