Hank Phillippi Ryan makes history with her latest win of the Agatha Awards!

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Listen, it’s not news that I love me some Hank Phillippi Ryan. I loved THE WRONG GIRL (my introduction to the Jane Ryland series- and have devoured every other book in the series- and *ahem* have a countdown happening to WHAT YOU SEE is released on October 20th!) When I found out she would be at BEA 2014, I stood in line for quite some time to meet her. When I had the opportunity to interview Hank, well- I *jazzed hands* all over the place.

So, Hank and I- we go way back.

At Malice Domestic back in May- Hank made history. She won 2 Agathas in the same year (one for Best Contemporary Novel for her latest, TRUTH BE TOLD, and the other for Best Nonfiction for WRITES OF PASSAGE.)

Truth Be Told

Photo Credit: Goodreads

Hank is the only person in the history of the Agatha Awards to win 2 in the same year. She is also the only person to receive Agatha Awards across 4 different categories.

If you have not read a book by Hank Phillippi Ryan, I strongly encourage you to change that situation- and see what the fuss about this Agatha Award winning author is all about!

Look for WHAT YOU SEE in October! If Hank’s past books are an indication- it’s a book you will not want to miss!

What You See

Photo Credit: Goodreads


*Special thanks to Mary Zanor at Regan Communications for providing the press release about Hank making Agatha Award history.*


Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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