Kate Rhodes was born in London. She has worked as a teacher and university lecturer, and now writes full-time.
Kate began her writing career as a poet, publishing two prize winning collections. She has held a Hawthornden fellowship and been shortlisted for Forward and Bridport Prizes. She has written three novels in the Alice Quentin series, Crossbones Yard, A Killing of Angels and The Winter Foundlings, the first of which was selected by Val McDermid for the Harrogate Crime festival’s New Blood panel championing new crime writers. In 2014 Kate Rhodes won the Ruth Rendell Short Story Award, sponsored by the charity InterAct.
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