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Roz Nay



Roz Nay grew up in England and studied at Oxford University. She has been published in The Antigonish Review and the anthology Refuge. Roz has worked as an underwater fish counter in Africa, a snowboard videographer in Vermont, and a high school teacher in both the UK and Australia. She now lives in British Columbia, Canada, with her husband and two children.

Genres: Mystery
 
Novels
   Our Little Secret (2017)
   Hurry Home (2020)
   The Hunted (2021)
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