James Heneghan (born 1930) is a British–Canadian author of children's and young adult novels. Heneghan grew up Liverpool, England, and currently lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. He earned Canadian citizenship in 1963.
|Genre||Children's literature, young adult fiction|
- Goodbye, Carleton High (1983)
- Promises to Come (1988)
- Blue (1991)
- Torn Away (1994)
- Wish Me Luck (1997) – nominated for the [[1997 Governor General's Awards|1997 Governor General's Award. Winner Phoenix Award 2017
- The Grave (2000)
- Flood (2002)
- Hit Squad (2003)
- Waiting for Sarah (2003) – winner of the Manitoba Young Readers' Choice Award
- Nannycatch Chronicles (2005)
- Safe House (2006)
- Payback (2007)
- Bank Job (2009)
- Fit to Kill (2011)
- O'Brien Detective Agency series
- The Case of the Marmalade Cat (1991)
- The Trail of the Chocolate Thief (1993)
- The Mystery of the Gold Ring (1995)
- The Case of the Blue Racoon (1996)
- "James Heneghan". WorldCat.org. Retrieved 31 March 2010.
- "James Heneghan (1930–) Biography". JRank.org. Retrieved 31 March 2010.
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