Tamar Cohen was born in Nigeria in 1963 during one of her anthropologist father’s regular sabbaticals abroad (her favorite was the year he taught at Stanford University, California) but she grew up mostly in Harrow. She has been a freelance journalist for over twenty years during which time she has written for publications including: The Times, The Telegraph, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Own, Woman & Home and Hello! She is a former Associate Features Editor at Bella magazine, one-time weekly columnist for Best, and was New Woman’s agony aunt for five years. Over the past four years, she has written eight non-fiction books: The Day I Died, Deadly Divorces, Killer Couples, Amazing Gap Year Adventures, Friends Again, Up the Creek Without a Paddle, How I Made My First Million (all published by John Blake) and Gangster’s Wives (Quercus). The Mistress’s Revenge is her first novel.
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