HLGU Professor Publishes First Novel; signing event scheduled for September 22 – Muddy River News

Amanda Henry | Photo courtesy of Hannibal-LaGrange University

HANNIBAL, Mo. — Hannibal-LaGrange University graduate Amanda Henry, now an associate professor of English, has published her first novel and the first book in the Tokens of Rynar series, “The Legacy of the Lost Rider.” A book signing at 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 22 at the Campus Student Center.

“Legacy of the Lost Horseman” centers on Inesca. After embarking on a new life as a rider in the Great Races of Rynar, Inesca embarks on a perilous journey to reclaim the truth about her father’s past. Her choices lead her to navigate a dangerous world of greedy overlords and elusive mercenaries with only a few clues to guide her. Inesca struggles to balance her quest to find a knight known to her father with the challenge of participating in Rynar’s formidable races, understanding that if she fails she will lose her beloved stallion, Nycor.

The Legacy of the Lost Rider can be purchased online at Amazon or through publisher WestBow Press. Learn more on the author’s website, sharetokens.com.

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