Therese Zrihen-Dvir, born in Morocco, has been living in Israel since 1967, except for a five-year excursion to Canada. Her academic training is in French literature and the arts. She is fluent in English, French, Hebrew and Arabic. While living in Canada, she served as a part-time instructor of Hebrew at the Hebrew Academy. After her retirement from being an administrator and director of high-tech companies she began to focus on her lifelong love of writing. Her published books include The Challenge, a biography of her former husband, painter Eitan Dvir (Ontario: Promark, 1985); The Hand of Divine Justice, a novel (Miami: Barnhardt & Ashe, 2007); and A Quest for Life, a work of biographical fiction (published by Lulu.com, 2007); The Stairway to Heaven (Israel: Gefen, 2011). She writes for the Israeli francophone website terredisrael. She is divorced and has three children.
Website: therese-dvir.com, http://therese-zrihen-dvir.over-blog.com/
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