From 1991, Rebecca Gablé studied literature and Medieval studies in Dusseldorf, where she was assistant to the Chair of Medieval English Literature. In 1997, she published Fortune's Wheel, which sold 200,000 copies in its first year. This was followed by The Guardian of the Rose, for which she was awarded the Sir Walter Scott prize, and The Gamble of Kings. She lives in a small town outside Cologne.
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