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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Charles Cohen  

Pen Name: None

Genre:

Born: 1943 in Chicago, Illinois


-- Charles Cohen on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=charles+cohen


Illinois Connection

Mr. Cohen is from Highland Park, Illinois.

Biographical and Professional Information

Charles Cohen receivedhis BA from Lake Forest College, his M.A. from the Univeristy of Illinois. He moved to New York in 1972 to work at Waring and LaRosa and advertising agency as its senior vice-president.


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Selected Titles At Your Library

Daddy
ISBN: 0861886410. OCLC Number: 15594780

Piakkus,. .

Daddy /
ISBN: 0312181671. OCLC Number: 13794378

St. Martin's Press,. .

"When Jamie discovers that his soon-to-be ex-wife is pregnant ... he wonders whether being a man of the 80's is all it's cracked up to be"--Book jacket

Falling out /
ISBN: 0872236757. OCLC Number: 7196381

Seaview Books,. .

"In the crazy worlds of advertising, Manhattan's East Side, and Beverly Hills, an entertaining novel about a winner who thinks he's a loser but finds out he's a winner"--Book jacket

Silver linings /
ISBN: 044020478X. OCLC Number: 20752359

Dell Pub. Co.,. .

Carol Frank and Beth Schwartz are such close friends they had matching nose jobs. Now they are partners in a fabulous suburban Chicago dress shop until one afternoon a customer, Nicky SIlver, stumbles upon Carol's corpse. She has been hung with her own rhinestone belt. Nicky is encouraged by the local deli owner to snoop and he soon finds the people who are hiding behind their Guccis and Ralph Lauren facades are hiding some dark, dirty, and passionate motives for murder.

Those Lake View wives /
ISBN: 1556111436. OCLC Number: 19130917

D.I. Fine,. .

"Jack Klein, complacent and uxorious physician, has an uneasy feeling that things are not quite what they should be in this affluent suburb of Lake View, Ill. ... Cohen ( Daddy ) has written a pleasantly malicious story of determined women who just might get away with murder"--Book jacket.