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The Broken

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Tamar Cohen, The Broken, book reviewTamar Cohen’s latest book, The Broken, is brilliant. It is the sort of compelling reading that is so difficult to put down and I guarantee it will have you on the edge of your seat as you are reading it. It is a book that you are unlikely to forget in a hurry! So what is it all about?

Josh and Hannah have been best friends with Dan and Sasha ever since their daughters, Lily and September were born four years before. The couples were pretty much inseparable, always round at each other’s houses, taking the girls out or sharing a pint together. Josh and Hannah would never have guessed that there was anything wrong in their friends’ perfect world which is why when, completely out of the blue, Dan announces he is leaving Sasha, they don’t know how to react.


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Someone Else’s Wedding

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Someone Else's Wedding, Tamar Cohen, book reviewSomeone Else’s Wedding by Tamar Cohen tells the story of an extremely eventful thirty six hours in the life of Fran Friedman and her family. She and her husband Saul, along with their two daughters Pip and Katie, are invited guests at the wedding of Jamie Irving and his fiancée Lucy. Things are not well with the Friedmans though and there’s nothing like a wedding to bring all of the strains and tensions between them to the surface.

Someone Else’s Wedding is told in thirty six chapters, each one focusing on a particular hour. Through this, we gradually get to learn about Fran and the complex relationship she has with her husband and the troubled lives of her two daughters.


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The War of the Wives

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The War of the Wives,  Tamar Cohen, book reviewAfter 28 years of happy marriage and three children, Selina’s life in her exquisite house can be considered perfect right up to the moment the police turn up to tell her that her husband’s body has been found in a river. It shouldn’t be possible; he’s supposed to be in Dubai, so how could he have drowned in London?

After 17 years of happy marriage that produced a beautiful daughter, Lottie is horrified when an old friend rings up to sympathise for her loss and to offer to drive her to her husband’s funeral. But how can this be happening when nobody has told her that Simon is dead?


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