Tammy Cohen wrote three dark contemporary novels (The Mistress’s Revenge, The War of the Wives, Someone Else’s Wedding) under the name Tamar Cohen, before moving into crime, principally because crime writers seemed to have more fun.
Her psychological thrillers The Broken, First One Missing, Dying For Christmas, When She was Bad and They All Fall Down, have all been published internationally. Tammy’s first historical mystery, A Dangerous Crossing, written under the pseudonym Rachel Rhys, was a Richard & Judy book club pick.
Her second, Fatal Inheritance, came out in 2018. Her latest novel, Stop at Nothing was published December 2019. As well as writing fiction, Tammy has worked as a journalist for over twenty years, writing for newspapers such as The Times, The Telegraph and magazines including Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan and Woman & Home.