Minding Henry Lewis
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“Minding Henry Lewis” is Sarah Honenberger's second river town novel.  This one centers around the drowning of 11 year old Henry Lewis while others, including his teenage sister, stood by helpless to save him.  Honenberger’s first river town novel, “Catcher Caught,” was an Amazon best seller and an excerpt from it won third prize in the F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference Short Fictional Competition. Copies of both river town novels will be available for purchase and signing at the Museum.

When eleven-year-old Henry Lewis Breeden drowns on fine April day, his teenage sister, Meeka, watches helplessly.  Meeka doesn't know if she is angrier at herself or the white woman who also watches, unable to save him.

Honenberger’s other prize winning fiction has appeared in Antietam Review, New Millennium, South Lit, the Hook and other literary journals. Sarah is a graduate of Smith College and William and Mary Law School. She and her husband Chris live in Tappahannock, Virginia.

  • Item #: 928
  • Manufacturer: Sarah Honenberger
  • Condition: New

Minding Henry Lewis

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