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Eve Harris

Eve Harris

Eve Harris was born to Israeli-Polish parents in Chiswick, West London, in 1973. She taught for 12 years at inner-city comprehensives and independent schools in London and also in Tel Aviv, after moving to Israel in 1999. She returned to London in 2002 to resume teaching at an all girls' Catholic convent school. The Marrying of Chani Kaufman was inspired by her final year of teaching at an all girls' ultra-Orthodox Jewish school in North West London.

Eve lives in London with her husband, Jules, and their children, Rosie and Noah. As well as writing, Eve teaches Creative Writing at CAST, a charity offering education, training and employment advice to women offenders, women at risk of offending and women with mental health or substance misuse problems.

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5 Extraordinary Contemporary Reads for Book Groups

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