Karen Rose

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Karen Rose
BornKaren Rose
Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
Notable awardsRITA Award

Karen Rose (born Karen Rose Hafer in Baltimore, Maryland, United States) is an American romantic suspense novelist. Her book I'm Watching You won the 2005 RITA Award for best romantic suspense.[1] She has also published Count to Ten and a trilogy Die for Me, Scream for Me, and Kill for Me. Karen lives in Florida with her husband and two children, one of whom is deaf.

Rose frequently writes for an online blog-website called "The Goddess Blogs" with fellow writers. Besides writing, Rose enjoys karate, skiing and travelling. Rose was a chemical engineer and a teacher before taking up a full career in writing. She currently holds two patents in chemical engineering for making Metamucil taste better. Rose enjoys Sci-Fi tv, and her favorite show is reportedly Stargate. She has survived a crash landing on a small commuter jet.

Roses' books are related to one another. While each book can stand alone, many of the characters in earlier books are featured in later books.[2]


2003 – Don't Tell
2004 – Have You Seen Her?
2004 – I'm Watching You
2005 – Nothing to Fear
2005 – Dirty Secrets (novella, previously published in the anthology Hot Pursuit)
2006 – You Can't Hide
2007 – Count to Ten
2007 – Die for Me
2009 – Scream for Me
2009 – Kill for Me
2009 – I Can See You
2010 – Silent Scream
2011 – You Belong to Me
2012 – No One Left to Tell
2012 – Did You Miss Me?
2013 – Broken Silence (novella)
2013 – Watch Your Back
2014 – Closer Than You Think
2015 – Alone in the Dark
2016 – Every Dark Corner
2017 – Monster in the Closet
2018 – Edge of Darkness (Release: Feb 6, 2018)



  1. ^ "2005 RITA Awards". Bookreporter.com. Retrieved June 22, 2009.
  2. ^ "Official Homepage: Booklist". Retrieved January 13, 2018.
  3. ^ "Official Homepage: Booklist". Retrieved January 13, 2018.

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