Tammy Cohen

Tammy Cohen is a novelist.

She also writes historical fiction under the pseudonym Rachel Rhys.

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Tammy Cohen (who previously wrote as Tamar Cohen) is a freelance journalist writing for national magazines and newspapers. A late starter to fiction, she has now written several novels - The Mistress's Revenge, The War of the Wives, Someone Else's Wedding, The Broken and Dying For Christmas,  First One Missing - all published by Doubleday/Black Swan. Her seventh novel, When She Was Bad, was published in April 2016. 
She is a Writer in Residence at Kingston University and lives in North London with her partner and three (nearly) grown children, plus one very badly behaved dog.

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Fast, wickedly funny, hugely enjoyable

Sunday Mirror
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Chilling, twisty and addictive. I finished the last few pages walking from the train station, bumping into people, because I couldn't put it down.

Julie Cohen (author of DEAR THING)
on Dying for Christmas

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A smart, gripping story that we just couldn't stop reading - you won't believe the ending.

The Mirror on The War of the Wives

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A must-read for fans of psychological crime thrillers. 

Herald Scotland
on When She Was Bad

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It's witty, ludicrously melodramatic and psychologically perceptive.

The Sunday Telegraph on The War of the Wives

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