Amanda Sthers

Author, screenwriter

Author, screenwriter

Amanda Sthers on KCRW

A writer of ten novels in French, Holy Lands is the first novel by Amanda Sthers to appear in English, translated by herself.

Amanda Sthers: Holy Lands

A writer of ten novels in French, Holy Lands is the first novel by Amanda Sthers to appear in English, translated by herself.

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