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Sophie Littlefield’s novel translated into Persian

“A bad day for sorry”, a popular novel by Sophie Littlefield that has won several awards including Anthony award for best first novel, RT book award for best first mystery novel and also listed among the year’s best mystery literary debuts by South Florida’s Sun-Sentinel and also Chicago Sun Times, has been translated into Persian by Ahmad Nia-Zadeh and would be released by Torgman in Iran soon.

The novel is about a widow in a sleepy little town in Missouri who is a survivor of domestic violence. She also solves problems of domestic violence of others like Chrissy Shaw, another character in the novel. For more information on the topic please visit

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