Patti Callahan Henry

Patti Callahan Henry is a New York Times bestselling novelist. She has written nine novels (LOSING THE MOON, WHERE THE RIVER RUNS, WHEN THE LIGHT BREAKS, BETWEEN THE TIDES, THE ART OF KEEPING SECRETS, DRIFTWOOD SUMMER, THE PERFECT LOVE SONG, COMING UP FOR AIR and the upcoming AND THEN I FOUND YOU --- April 2013, St. Martins Press).

Patti has been hailed as a fresh new voice in southern fiction, appearing in numerous magazines (Good Housekeeping; SKIRT; The South; Southern Living, etc.). She has been short-listed for the Townsend Prize for Fiction. She has been nominated four different times for the Southeastern Independent Booksellers Fiction Novel of the Year. Two of her novels were OKRA picks and
COMING UP FOR AIR was an Indie Next choice. Patti is a a frequent speaker at fundraisers, library events and book festivals, discussing the importance of storytelling.

Her next novel, AND THEN I
FOUND YOU, will be released on April 9, 2013 by St. Martin's Press.

Patti Callahan Henry is a full time writer, wife 
and mother of three living in Mountain Brook, AL.

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Books by Patti Callahan Henry

by Patti Callahan Henry - Fiction

Eve and Teddy Morrison are Savannah’s power couple, but things aren’t as good as they look. Their teenage daughter, Gwen, is rebelling, and Teddy is blaming this on Eve’s preoccupation with work. The Morrison marriage is taut with tension, but when Teddy is involved in a car accident with Eve’s sister, Willa, the questions surrounding the event bring the family close to breaking point. Sifting between the stories, Eve has to find out what really happened --- and just who she believes.

by Patti Callahan Henry - Fiction, Women's Fiction

Katie Vaughan has a secret, something tucked away in her past. She has a strong relationship with her family, and a devoted boyfriend, Rowan, whom she wants to love with all her heart. But when she discovers a small velvet box hidden in Rowan's drawer, she panics. For the first time in her life, Katie knows that she won't fully love Rowan until she confronts the demons from her past, and it's time for her to act.

by Patti Callahan Henry

Jimmy Sullivan has been living on the road with his brother, Jack, and his band. Without a place to call home, Jimmy and Jack lead a nomadic life filled with music and anonymous cities.

by Patti Callahan Henry - Fiction

After the sudden loss of her formidable mother, Lillian, Ellie discovers the late woman’s diary, which opens up a whole side to her mother she never knew. She decides to return to the summer house in coastal Alabama where Lillian spent the summer of 1961, in the hopes of learning more about her mother and, perhaps, find some closure for herself.

by Patti Callahan Henry - Fiction

Garnering comparisons to Anne Rivers Siddons and Pat Conroy, Patti Callahan Henry has woven her lyrical Southern voice throughout the Lowcountry landscape. Now as tow women from opposite sides of the sea meet, a tale unfolds that will draw you into the heart’s remembrances and the compelling power of story.