Old Fashioned with a Twist, A Dana Cohen Mystery Book 4 by Rebecca Marks
It’s mid-July. Former NYPD detective, Dana Cohen is very pregnant, several weeks away from her due date, and planning her wedding. Her father Sam is declining much more rapidly in the nursing home and hardly recognizes her anymore. She worries that he will never know his granddaughter. Then a phone call from Dana’s ex-husband Peter Fitzgerald turns her life into a tailspin. Pete’s fiancEe, Caterina, has given birth to a baby boy who is now not much more than a month old. A doula Caterina was thinking of hiring came to Caterina’s apartment in Brooklyn. But when Caterina left to go to the bathroom, this woman absconded with the baby boy and basically vanished into thin air. Pete feels that Dana is the person who can investigate and secure the return of the baby. As tired and as pregnant as she is, Dana cannot resist taking on the case, despite the fact that it causes a great deal of conflict with Alex…
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About the Author
I have always loved to write. I wrote my first (unpublished) novel at the age of 20, but it wasn’t until many years later that I became serious about writing and publishing my fiction. My Dana Cohen Mystery Series deals with a woman who has retired at age 42 from her post as detective with the NYPD, and relocated to the North Fork of Long Island, where she thinks she is going to help her elderly father manage his winery. But she finds she can’t stop solving mysteries. Book 1 is called: ON THE ROCKS.
Another great interest of mine is music. I have played all sorts of instruments since I was in elementary school: cello, oboe, guitar, piano. Two years ago I decided to fulfill a lifelong dream and start playing the harp, which I have done ever since.
Finally, I love dogs of all kinds. I have had Belgian Tervuren dogs since 1998. I show them in breed competition (and have shown two to their AKC championships – Flash and Moki). As my dogs are herding dogs, I have also taken lessons in sheep herding, and I have gone for years with my dogs to herd sheep in rural New Jersey.
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