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In writing and in life, she finds balance

Leah Hager Cohen's output has been equal parts nonfiction and novels

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / August 28, 2007

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Few recent writers have so evenly straddled the fiction/nonfiction border as Leah Hager Cohen. The Belmont writer has published four nonfiction books and three novels, including her new one, "House Lights." With her next novel, now being written, she will be even at four apiece. (Full article: 1223 words)

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