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Rebecca Taylor


Rebecca Taylor

Rebecca Taylor is the author of THE SECRET NEXT DOOR; HER PERFECT LIFE; ASCENDANT, winner of the 2014 Colorado Book Award and a Library Journal National Self-e Select title; MIDHEAVEN; DESCENDANT; THE EXQUISITE AND IMMACULATE GRACE OF CARMEN ESPINOZA; and AFFECTIVE NEEDS, Romance Writers of America RITA Finalist.

She lives in sunny Colorado with her husband, two teens and two tragically spoiled dogs. She received degrees in psychology and sociology from the University of Colorado in Denver and her graduate degree in school psychology from the University of Northern Colorado. In addition to writing, she works as a school psychologist.

Rebecca Taylor

Books by Rebecca Taylor

by Rebecca Taylor - Fiction, Mystery, Psychological Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Thriller, Women's Fiction

Alyson Tinsdale is giving her son the childhood she never had: a stable family, a loving home and a great school in a safe neighborhood. Bonnie Sloan is the neighborhood matriarch. With her oldest son headed to Yale, and her youngest starting kindergarten, Bonnie is now pursuing her own long-held political aspirations despite private family struggles. When the open space behind some of the most expensive homes gets slated for development into an amusement facility, the neighborhood becomes deeply divided. The personal pressures and community conflicts ratchet with every passing day, but it's when a 13-year-old is found dead beside the neighborhood lake that simmering tensions boil over into panic.

by Rebecca Taylor - Fiction, Women's Fiction

Reclusive Clare Collins crafts her novels like she crafts her life: perfectly. So the world is stunned when the famous author is found dead on the beach from a self-inflicted gunshot --- the morning after her latest book hits the shelves. Her sister, Eileen, is at a loss. Clare led a charmed life. Why would she throw it all away? But while reading through her sister's latest --- and greatest --- novel, Eileen discovers a clue that unravels the fiction and reveals the painful truth. Suddenly, the life that Eileen had envied doesn't seem so sparkling.