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Can a Bear and a Wolf save a city?


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When hope runs out, sometimes fate sends a hero.


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Can they get off the mountain alive?


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Three couples, one question: Will they chose love or money?


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With so many secrets to unravel, will Lance and Morgan find him before itís too late?


Rachel Rhys


Pseudonym for Tammy Cohen.

I was born in Ibadan, Nigeria where my anthropologist father happened to be doing fieldwork at the time. Sabbatical years in far-flung places were a feature of my childhood and I attended school in both Sierra Leone and California. Otherwise, I mostly grew up in the suburbs of London where my adolescence was spent either in the local library or waiting for the last tube home.

After taking an American Studies degree at Manchester University I taught English in Madrid. While working as a secretary back in London, I started writing features and hand-delivering them to the magazine publishing house around the corner. The day the first one got accepted, I packed in my job and declared myself a freelance journalist, which is basically what I remained for the next twenty years, writing features for national magazines and newspapers, such as Marie Claire, The Times and The Telegraph, and then moving on to non fiction books. My dream was always to write fiction but it wasnít until I was forty-seven that I finally conquered the self doubt and my first novel, The Mistressís Revenge was published.

These days I live in North London with my partner and three (nearly) grown children and one very badly behaved dog. Together with my family I spent four happy years living in Spain from 2004 to 2008 and I live in fear of people finding this out and asking me something in Spanish at which I remain shamefully inept.

My first novel, The Mistressís Revenge, was followed by three more contemporary fiction titles under the name Tamar Cohen Ė The War of the Wives, Someone Elseís Wedding and The Broken.

In November 2014, my first crime novel, Dying For Christmas was published under the name Tammy Cohen, followed by First One Missing a year later, and When She Was Bad in April 2016. My latest, They All Fall Down is published in July 2017.

Writing as Rachel Rhys, Dangerous Crossing, my first foray into historical mystery was published in March 2017.

I am a member of the Killer Women collective of London-based female UK crime writers.

 

Series

Books:

Fatal Inheritance, June 2019
Trade Size
Dangerous Crossing, January 2019
Trade Size (reprint)
Dangerous Crossing, January 2018
Hardcover

 

 

 

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