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Free-spirited supersleuth Yael Reed is engaged to Shabak operative Doron Yair. Although her mother refuses to attend the wedding, the bride-to-be discovers she has a half-sister—who mysteriously disappeared years ago. Yael flies to bustling New York to search for clues—but everyone is too terrified to help her. Working undercover as a young convict in a cruel detention center, the feisty PI discovers a sinister scandal.
If you can't trust family...who can you trust? Supersleuth Yael Reed, finally reunited with her dad, a well-connected undercover agent, helps a young neighbor investigate her own mysterious father and his shady past. A dangerous incident at Yael's Golders Green apartment block and threats from a worldwide crime syndicate warn her to back off-or pay with her life.
Lockdown. Long-awaited and thrilling sequel to School of Secrets. Yael Reed, supersleuth and senior at the remote British school, helps the local police unravel a nasty crime at the school, which is on lockdown after the visit of a local MP and his wife.
In this thriller, Foundling, Yael Reed has a new and dangerous case. And this time, it's personal. Searching for the father she didn't even know she had, Yael puts herself in more danger than ever before. 5th in the School of Secrets series, this follows Whispers.
Now you see them; now you don't... PI Yael Reed faces her most baffling and dangerous challenge yet when a teenage babysitter consults her about the Case of the Disappearing Babies.....
Disappeared. 3rd in the School of Secrets and Lockdown series. Teenage girls start disappearing from a London school. PI Yael Reed is hired to find out what's behind the vanishings. Are they crimes, or merely girls wanted to break free? As usual with Yael's cases, things quickly turn very unpleasant indeed.
Socially isolated and unconfident Atara Gelbstein, is encouraged by her husband David to join a local woman's group in her new neighborhood. He is surprised when she comes home from the first meeting happy, even elated. But somehow changed. And not for the better. What is behind the sinister façade of The Group?
An Ordinary Wednesday. Ordinary everyday guy Ephraim Freedwald, married father of four, finds himself caught up in an international conspiracy and terrorist plot that turns his life frighteningly extraordinary.
Carers Ltd. #3 in the Colin and Leora series. How can a company dedicated to caring for others hide such a dark evil secret?
Against The Wall. A groundbreaking novel about Jewish teenagers at risk. Based on real stories.
Daniel, My Son. A fictionalised account of our experiences as foster parents. Heartbreaking and heartwarming all at once.
Getting It Right. #2 in the Rifki Nesher trilogy. Will motherhood put an end to her dreams to study medicine? Lots of twists and turns confront her on this fascinating journey that mirrors so many women's journeys, whether Orthdox Jewish or not
School of Secrets. A teenage girl in the Witness Protection System is placed at a remote Jewish school. The man who wants to kill her tracks her down. Drama and action on every page. This book is the first in a series still being written
Dark Tapestry. #1 in the Colin and Leora Crime Thriller trilogy. Eight-year-old Josh Hardman is kidnapped from his bedroom. DI Colin Sommers, a lapsed Jew, has to re-enter his own past in order to try and find Josh before it's too late.
Working it Out. #1 in the trilogy about Rifki Nesher; the Orthodox Jewish teen who wants to study medicine. We follow her through many crises and dilemmas, through to her marriage as she struggles to pursue her dream
Making It Last. #3 in the Rifki Nesher trilogy. We learn whether a growing family, changes in family circumstances and moving countries prevent her from finally reaching her dreams.
Was Miriam Brandeis just a hysterical, attention seeking teenager or had she really murdered the young man she had only just met? If so, why was there no police report, and no body? Colin and Leora take extreme risks to uncover the secrets of a dastardly cult that threatens the lives of ordinary Jewish families and has global aims too horrible to contemplate.