By profession, Hank Phillippi is an American investigative reporter and writer. She began her career in the sector of journalism in the year 1971 as a reporter working for WIBC radio. Then, she served as a legislative assistant in Washington DC for the Administrative Practice and Procedure Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee and also became an editorial assistant at Rolling Stone Magazine’s Washington Bureau. In 1975, Hank joined WTHR TV in Indianapolis as a political reporter. Similarly, she moved to WSB TV in Atlanta as a political reporter and weekend anchor in 1976. Likewise, in 1983, she was hired by WNEV TV, also called as WHDH as a general assignment reporter and in 1989, she was named as a principal reporter for the station’s investigative unit. Hank has won 28 Emmy Awards and 12 Edward R. Murrow Awards for her consumer and investigative reporting. At present, Hank is the investigative reporter for Channel 7 News on WHDH-TV and is also the author of numerous mystery novels. Currently, Hank Phillippi net worth is still under review. As she has been working since she was 20 years old, so without a doubt we can say that she must be earning in millions.
Her first novel Prime Time was published in 2007 and the book won the Agatha award for the best novel. Her next Sense Notable Book titled as Face Time was published in October 2007 and re-issued in 2009. Both the books were based on Boston investigative reporter Charlotte McNally, also known as Charlie and are published by MIRA Books. Her third book Air Time was published in 2009 and was an Agatha Award nominee for Best Mystery as well as a 2010 Anthony Award nominee for Best Paperback Original mystery. Her fourth book, Drive Time got a starred review from Library Journal and received a nomination for Best Paperback Original at the 2011 Anthony awards. Hank published a short story called On the House in 2009 and won an Agatha Award, Anthony Award and Macavity Award for Best Short Story. Her essay Masquerade appeared in the ITW anthology Thrillers: 100 Must Reads. Her new series of the thriller called as The Other Woman was published in September 2012. The book won the Mary Higgins Clark award and was nominated for the Anthony, Agatha, Daphne du Maurier, Shamus and Macavity awards. It is an Indie Next GREAT READ, chosen as a Best Book of 2012 by Suspense Magazine, and a Romantic Times Reviewers Choice nominee for Best Mystery/Suspense novel of 2012.
Personal life: Is Hank Phillippi married?
Talking about her personal life, she is a married woman. Hank Phillippi husband Jonathan Shapiro is a lawyer. The couple shared their vow on 27th September 1997 in Boston at Four Seasons Hotel. She was lucky enough to become a mother without being pregnant. She has two stepchildren from her husband previous marriage. The children have grown well and she is a grandmother now. Hank currently resides with her husband in Suburban Boston. Both of the couples were married before and were divorced too. More detail information on Hank Phillippi bio can be obtained from the popular site Wikipedia.