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S.E. Smith

S.E. Smith, reconnue internationalement et nommée au New York Times et USA Today, est une auteur à succès de science-fiction, romance, fantasy, paranormal et d’œuvres contemporaines pour adultes, jeunes adultes et enfants. Elle aime écrire une large variété de genres qui attirent les lecteurs dans des mondes qui les emportent.
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