Helen Zahavi  

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Helen Zahavi was born in London, and worked as a Russian translator before becoming a writer. Her first novel, Dirty Weekend, has been translated into thirteen languages and was made into a film. Her second novel was True Romance. She now lives and works in Paris.



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