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About the Author
Dolores Redondo is an internationally bestselling author who studied law and the culinary arts before writing The Baztán Trilogy (The Invisible Guardian, The Legacy of the Bones, and Offering to the Storm). The successful crime series set in the Basque Pyrenees has sold over 2.5 million copies in Spanish, has been translated into more than thirty-five languages, and was adapted into a popular film series available worldwide on Netflix.
Twice nominated for the CWA International Dagger Award and a finalist for the Grand Prix des lectrices de ELLE, Redondo was the recipient of the 2016 Premio Planeta--one of Spain's most distinguished literary awards--for her stand-alone thriller All This I Will Give to You. It has also been optioned for feature film and television development and will be translated into eighteen languages.
Readers who want to learn more about Dolores Redondo and her work can do so by visiting www.doloresredondo.com/en.
Michael Meigs reviews theater and translates literature from French, German, Swedish, and Spanish. He won the annual American-Scandinavian Foundation Translation Prize in 2011, as well as the biennial Lewis Galantière Translation Award of the American Translators Association in 2020 for his version of Dolores Redondo's All This I Will Give to You. Since 2008 he has published the online journal CTX Live Theatre, which is dedicated to live narrative theater throughout Central Texas. He served for more than thirty years as a diplomat with the US Department of State and was assigned abroad with his wife, Karen, and their children in Africa, Europe, South America, and the Caribbean. He has graduate degrees in comparative literature, business, economics, and national security studies. He's a board member of the Austin Area Translators and Interpreters Association and of Gilbert & Sullivan Austin, and a member of the American Translators Association, the American Literary Translators Association, the American Theatre Critics Association, and Swedish Translators in North America.