Robin began her writing ‘career’ as a child. Penning plays for neighborhood friends’ performances, she was paid in popsicles. Though Robin’s love of plays and popsicles continued to adulthood, she concentrated on writing human-interest articles and book reviews for an online publication until a newspaper headline about a woman’s body -- found in a local lake and long unidentified -- supplied the idea for her first novel. Spurred by the question, ‘What kind of man doesn’t know his wife is missing?’, Robin wrote WHEN DREAMS BLEED.
A wife, business partner, mother, stepmother, and Ya-Ya (because she can't quite wrap her eternally youthful brain around the G-word), Robin also plays the role of alpha female to her family of horses, dogs, and a noisy donkey named Sophia. You've likely heard her bray (the donkey, not the author).
Born and raised in the Chicago suburbs, Robin currently resides in Scottsdale, AZ with her husband – and her herd. If she’s not working on her latest story, you can find her cooking, reading, watching home improvement television shows, or indulging in her unhealthy addiction to Facebook.
THE SECRET MISS RABBIT KEPT is her second novel.
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The Secret Miss Rabbit Kept
by Robin Cain
At age sixteen, Sophie takes a difficult job at a nursing home. An introduction to Mable Rabbit, the 75-year-old woman who refuses to speak, motivates her to stay. Determined to break Miss Rabbit’s silence, Sophie gets more than she bargained for when an unexpected gift propels her on a journey through Miss Rabbit’s ugly past and brings her face-to-face with truths she never expected to find.
When Dreams Bleed
by Robin Cain
Published: April 28, 2010
A software genius with a knack for business, Frank Campelletti’s been living the dream his whole life. He’s amassed money, success, and is now accumulating women, but someone out there thinks he’s gone too far.
Who is seeking revenge and why? His wife? His mistress? Or the shadow who’s been following his every move?
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