About Rosalind Minett
Rosalind Minett studied at Birmingham, Sussex and Exeter universities, enjoying an interesting career as a psychologist. The inner life of her characters drives her plots whether the genre is humour, historical or crime. She relishes quirkiness, and loves creating complex characters of all ages.
Rather than the conventional headshot, Rosalind prefers to use an ironic avatar. Girl Before Word Processor – (apologies to Picasso). This picture suggests her two selves, the serious and the irreverent. They also refer to the watcher and the seen, the inner and the outer person.
In addition to the trilogy, A Relative Invasion, of which Intrusion is Book One, Rosalind has published a collection of satirical short stories featuring self-obsessed women: Me-Time Tales: tea breaks for mature women and curious men. Like the trilogy, this is availablein paperback and e-book.
She has a series of e-books, Crime Shorts, an ongoing project.
She enjoys writing in different genres and is likely to continue to do so.
Rosalind lives near Bath in the South West of England and spends her time writing, sculpting and painting.