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Rosemary Aubert

Author of Free Reign

Includes the names: Lucy Snow

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Rosemary Aubert wrote Harlequin romances under the pseudonym Lucy Snow.

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Rosemary Aubert, B.A., M.A., C.Cri is the internationally-acclaimed author of the Ellis Portal mystery series (Free Reign, The Feast of Stephen, The Ferryman Will Be There, Leave Me By Dying), which garnered rave reviews from critics across North America, including the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. She is the author of five romance novels published around the world and of poems, interviews, articles and reviews over several decades of writing. She has taught workshops from coast to coast in Canada and the United States and is a frequent guest lecturer at colleges, universities, writers' groups and conferences. Rosemary believes that anyone can be a writer if he or she is willing make full use of his or her talent, imagination and ability to work hard. Uses the pseudonym Lucy Snow.
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Rosemary Aubert wrote Harlequin romances under the pseudonym Lucy Snow.

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