Carol Cooper – Author
Based in London and Cambridge, Carol is best known as The Sun newspaper’s doctor. After a string of non-fiction books on health and parenting, she branched out into contemporary fiction. Her debut novel One Night at the Jacaranda is a glamorous tale of dating in London and was a finalist in the Indie Excellence Awards 2014. Hampstead Fever follows the intertwined lives of six Londoners and featured in a front-of-store promo in WH Smith travel bookshops. You can find out more about her books here.
Carol is president of the Guild of Health Writers and has three adult sons (including twins). She supports Liverpool FC and can often be found yelling at her television.
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