Kristin Hannah

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Kristin Hannah
BornSeptember 25, 1960 [1]
Garden Grove, California, U.S.A.
OccupationNovelist
NationalityAmerican
Period1991 - present
Genrefiction
Website
www.kristinhannah.com

Kristin Hannah (born September 25, 1960) is an American writer, who has won numerous awards, including the Golden Heart, the Maggie, and the 1996 National Reader's Choice award.[2][not in citation given]

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 currently 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)
  • The Nightingale (2015)
  • The Great Alone (2017)

Omnibus[edit]

  • On Mystic Lake / Summer Island (2005)
  • "Firefly Lane/ Fly Away (2008, 2013)

Anthologies in collaboration[edit]

References and sources[edit]

  1. ^ Hannah, Kristin. "Author". Facebook. Retrieved 13 February 2015.
  2. ^ Kristin Hannah
  3. ^ Mary Ann Gwinn (April 10, 2011), 10 top-selling Washington state authors, Seattle Times

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