Merav Halperin

Merav Halperin was born in Haifa in 1960 and lives in Tel Aviv. A graduate of Tel Aviv University, majoring in history, she has worked as an editor at the Israel Defense Forces radio station, then as editor-in-chief of the Israel Air Force magazine. Today she works as an editor of biographies and other non-fiction. 
Halpein
 won the Yitzhak Sadeh Prize for Military Literature, for G-Suit, written with Aharon Lapidot (1988). Her novel, My Husband's Not Home, received the Steimatzky Prize for best-selling debut novel of the year (2015) and the Publishers Association's Gold Prize (2016). 

Books Published in Hebrew

G-Suit: Pages in the Log Book of Israel Air Force [with Aharon Lapidot] (non-fiction), Ministry of Defence, 1987; new & ext. ed. 2000 [Chalifat Lachatz: Dapim Be-Sefer Ha-Tisot Shel Cheil-Ha-Avir]
The Diamantaire: Moshe Schnitzer, Founding Father of the Israeli Diamond Industry (biography), Yedioth Ahronoth, 2008 [Ha-Yahaloman: Moshe Schnitzer - Avi Anaf Ha-Yahalomim Ha-Israeli]
My Husband's Not Home (novel) , Yedioth Ahronoth, 2014 [Ba'ali Lo Ba-Bayit]
Over My Dead Body (novel), Yedioth Ahronoth, 2016 [Al Gufati Ha-Meta]

Books in Translation

G-Suit: Pages in the Log Book of Israel Air Force [with Aharon Lapidot]
Spanish: Jerusalem, La Semana, 1988; Mexico, D.F., SDN, 1990; Jerusalem, L.B. Publishing, 1997
English: London, Sphere Books, 1990
Czech: 
Prague, Naše vojsko, 1991; 2008
Japanese: Tokyo, Asahi Sonorama, 1992