Anne de Graaf
Anne De Graaf has written more than eighty books which have sold over 4 million copies worldwide and been translated into more than forty languages. The final book in her "Hidden Harvest series" of adult novels, Out of the Red Shadow, won the Christy Award 2000 for International Historical Fiction. Anne de Graaf has also worked as a journalist for the Dutch national press agency, and economics translator for the Dutch government. Born in San Francisco and a graduate of Stanford University, she has lived the past 20 years in Ireland and The Netherlands with her husband and their two children. During the 1999 Frankfurt World Book Fair, Anne de Graaf was awarded the East-European Christian Literature Award.
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