An acclaimed mystery writer and RV enthusiast has been added to the Recreation Vehicle Industry Assocation’s (RVIA) team of media spokemen.
Sue Henry will travel in a Winnebago Class C motorhome for her “Mystery on Wheels” tour from May through June to coincide with the paperback release of her latest novel, “Serpents Trail.”
Henry, who hails from Alaska, has won several prestigious literary awards, and her first book, “Murder on the Iditarod Trail,” sold over a million copies and was made into a TV movie.
“Serpents Trail” features RV adventurer Maxie McNabb, who travels to Colorado in her motorhome to solve a mystery.
For almost 15 years, RVIA has enlisted a diverse group of spokespeople to bring the industry’s messages to local media across the country, including popular RV historian David Woodworth, author Brad Herzog and his family, and cinematographer John Holod.