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Patti Callahan Henry

Biography

Patti Callahan Henry

Patti Callahan Henry is a New York Times bestselling author whose novels include THE BOOKSHOP AT WATER'S END, THE IDEA OF LOVE, THE STORIES WE TELL and DRIFTWOOD SUMMER. As Patti Callahan, she’s the author of the USA Today bestseller BECOMING MRS. LEWIS. Shortlisted for the Townsend Prize for Fiction, and nominated multiple times for the Southern Inde­pendent Booksellers Alliance (SIBA) Book Award for Fiction, Patti is a frequent speaker at luncheons, book clubs and women’s groups.

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Books by Patti Callahan Henry

by Patti Callahan Henry, writing as Patti Callahan - Fiction, Historical Fiction

At once a fascinating historical novel and a glimpse into a writer’s life, BECOMING MRS. LEWIS is above all a love story --- a love of literature and ideas, and a love between a husband and wife that, in the end, was not impossible at all.

by Patti Callahan Henry - Fiction, Women's Fiction

The women who spent their childhood summers in a small southern town discover it harbors secrets as lush as the marshes that surround it.

by Patti Callahan Henry - Fiction, Women's Fiction

From New York Times bestselling author Patti Callahan Henry, comes a riveting drama about the about the lengths we go to for love.

by Patti Callahan Henry - Fiction

From bestselling author Patti Henry comes a tense family drama about secrets and lies, and the cost of finally telling the truth.

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.