The Interpreter


Author: Suzanne Glass

Glass’ sophisticated debut novel brings readers into a world rarely, if ever, visited in fiction. Dominique is a simultaneous translator, a difficult profession demanding not only language fluency but also incredible skill in listening in one language while translating in another. Dom works in New York, after having attended an interpreting school in Zurich, Switzerland, w….Read More

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