Nancy J. Cohen

Plantation, FL 33318

Author's Bio

Nancy J. Cohen is an award-winning author who writers romance and mysteries. Her humorous Bad Hair Day mystery series features hairdresser Marla Shore, who solves crimes with wit and style under the sultry Florida sun. Several of these titles have made the Independent Mystery Booksellers Association bestseller list. Nancy's imaginative romances have also proven popular with fans. Her titles in this genre have won the HOLT Medallion and Best Book in Romantic SciFi/Fantasy at The Romance Reviews. A featured speaker at libraries, conferences, and community events, Nancy is listed in Contemporary Authors, Poets & Writers, and Who's Who in U.S. Writers, Editors, & Poets. Nancy belongs to Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, Romance Writers of America, Novelists, Inc., and International Thriller Writers. When she’s not busy writing, Nancy enjoys reading, fine dining, cruising and outlet shopping.

Publications and Prizes

Body Wave
(Kensington Publications, 2002)
, Circle of Light
(Dorchester Publishing, 1994)
, Dead Roots
(Kensington Publications, 2005)
, Died Blonde
(Kensington Publications, 2004)
, Hair Raiser
(Kensington Publications, 2000)
, Highlights to Heaven
(Kensington Publications, 2003)
, Keeper of the Rings
(Dorchester Publishing, 1996)
, Killer Knots
(Kensington, 2007)
, Moonlight Rhapsody
(Dorchester Publishing, 1994)
, Murder by Manicure
(Kensington Publications, 2001)
, Perish by Pedicure
(Kensington Publications, 2006)
, Permed to Death
(Kensington Publications, 1999)
, Starlight Child
(Dorchester Publishing, 1995)
Wicked Women Whodunit
(Kensington Publications, 2005)
Prizes Won: 
HOLT Medallion Award and Best Book in Romantic SciFi/Fantasy at The Romance Reviews.

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Last updated: Mar 10, 2015