Rosalind Noonan is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of books and anthologies published by Kensington Books. She grew up in suburban Maryland on the outskirts of Washington, D.C.
After graduating from Wagner College in Staten Island, she remained in New York City where she was an editor at one of the country's leading book publishing houses. Noonan currently lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, a retired cop from the NYPD, and two children. Although she sometimes misses the rapid pulse of New York City, she enjoys writing in the shade of towering two-hundred year old Douglas fir trees.
Her most recent publications include And Then She Was Gone and Sinister, which she wrote with bestselling authors Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush.