Judith Gould

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Rhea Gallaher
Born Rhea Gallaher
(1945-05-02) May 2, 1945 (age 71)
Tennessee, United States
Pen name Judith Gould
Occupation Novelist
Nationality American
Period 1982-present
Genre Romance
Nicholas Peter Bienes
Born Klaus Peter Peer
(1952-01-09) January 9, 1952 (age 65)
Leoben, Austria
Pen name Judith Gould
Occupation Novelist
Period 1982-present
Genre Romance

Judith Gould is a fictional American writer of romance novels, and is the pseudonym used by co-authors: Nicholas Peter "Nick" Bienes and Rhea Gallaher, who are actually both men. Gould is a New York Times bestselling author[1] whose books have been translated into 22 languages.[2]

In addition to being writing partners, Bienes and Gallaher are also involved romantically. They currently live together in room 600 of the famous Hotel Chelsea in New York City, regarded as the hotel's most luxurious suite.[3]


Nicholas Peter Bienes[edit]

Nick Bienes was born on January 9, 1952 in a small town in Austria, and baptized Klaus Peter Peer. After his biological father died he was adopted by his aunt, who had married a U.S. American serviceman, and consequently he was renamed Klaus Peter Bienes. He has lived in Austria, Yugoslavia, Germany and the United States. He is a native speaker of both German and English.

Rhea Gallaher[edit]

(pronounced Ray) Rhea Gallager was born on May 22, 1945. He grew up in Harriman, Tennessee (a small town near Knoxville, Tennessee).

Bibliography as Judith Gould[edit]

Single novels[edit]

  • Sins, 1982/Nov (adapted into the 1986 miniseries Sins, starring Joan Collins)
  • Dazzle, 1989/May
  • Never Too Rich, 1990/Oct
  • Forever, 1992/Jun
  • Too Damn Rich, 1993/Jun
  • Till The End Of Time, 1998/Dec
  • Rhapsody, 1999/Nov
  • Time To Say Goodbye, 2000/Aug
  • A Moment In Time, 2001/Aug
  • The Best Is Yet To Come, 2002/Aug
  • The Greek Villa, 2003/Oct
  • The Parisian Affair, 2004/Oct
  • Dreamboat, 2005/Oct
  • The Secret Heiress, 2006/Oct

Love-makers Series[edit]

  1. The Love-Makers, 1985
  2. The Texas Years, 1989/Jan
  3. Texas Born, 1993/Jul
  4. Second Love, 1997/Nov

References and sources[edit]

  1. ^ NAL Authors: Judith Gould
  2. ^ Judith Gould
  3. ^ http://www.leonardcohenfiles.com/chelsea.html

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