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Kai
Aareleid

Kai Aareleid was born in Tartu, Estonia in 1972. Her début novel Russian Blood was published to wide acclaim. After her second novel Burning Cities was published, Kai was awarded Estonian Writer of the Year. A prolific translator, Kai has translated works by Bruce Chatwin, Javier Marías, Paulo Coelho and Roberto Bolaño.

Kai Aareleid was born in Tartu, Estonia in 1972. Her début novel Russian Blood was published to wide acclaim. After her second novel Burning Cities was published, Kai was awarded Estonian Writer of the Year. A prolific translator, Kai has translated works by Bruce Chatwin, Javier Marías, Paulo Coelho and Roberto Bolaño.

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