Kristin Hannah

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Kristin Hannah
Born September, 1960
Southern California, U.S.A.
Occupation Novelist
Nationality American
Period 1991 - present
Genres fiction

www.kristinhannah.com

Kristin Hannah (born September 1960) is an award-winning and bestselling[1] American writer, who has won numerous awards, including the Golden Heart, the Maggie, and the 1996 National Reader's Choice award.[2]

Biography[edit]

Hannah was born in California. She graduated from law school in Washington and practiced law in Seattle before becoming a full-time writer. She lives on Bainbridge Island, Washington,[3] with her husband and their son.

Bibliography[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • A Handful of Heaven (July 1991)
  • The Enchantment (June 1992)
  • Once in Every Life (December 1992)
  • If You Believe (December 1993)
  • When Lightnings Strikes (October 1994)
  • Waiting for the Moon (September 1995)
  • Home Again (October 1996)
  • On Mystic Lake (February 1999)
  • Angel Falls (April 2000)
  • Summer Island (March 2001)
  • Distant Shores (July 2002)
  • Between Sisters (April 2003)
  • The Things we Do for Love (June 2004)
  • Comfort and Joy (October 2005)
  • Magic Hour (February 2006)
  • Firefly Lane (2008)
  • True Colors (2009)
  • Winter Garden (2010)
  • Night Road (March 2011)
  • Home Front (2012)
  • Fly Away (2013)

Omnibus[edit]

  • On Mystic Lake / Summer Island (2005)

Anthologies in collaboration[edit]

References and sources[edit]

  1. ^ The Best Reviews: Kristin Hannah
  2. ^ Kristin Hannah
  3. ^ Mary Ann Gwinn (April 10, 2011), 10 top-selling Washington state authors, Seattle Times 

External links[edit]