“I love you”. One tiny little phrase, engraved on a letter… of pure gold. An ornament created out of love which would trigger the destiny of three women: grandmother Smaragda, her daughter Chrysafenia and her granddaughter Smaragda. A story that would repeat itself. Two families which should never have met. A love which traversed from generation to generation. Fenia, descendent and heir, uncovers the secrets and mistakes that destroyed her life. A journey from an Istanbul of 1910 to a Greece of 2016. Both then and now, both here and there, the letter was always present… Lena Manta, beloved author of over 1,7 million readers, returns with her LETTER OF GOLD, a novel about a love that travelled from generation to generation, two families which should never have met. The book is available in two editions with different covers - one gold and one black.
BEST SELLER IN GREECE - 1st edition: 80,000 copies
By Lena Manta. 480 pages. Paperback. Imported. Psichogios publications.
About the author
LENA MANTA is currently the most established and best-selling author of commercial fiction for women in Greece. Born in Istanbul, she moved to Greece at a very young age. Although she studied to be a nursery school teacher, Lena never practiced it as a profession. She directed her own puppet theatre for three years where she performed plays that she wrote herself as well as many adaptations of popular folk tales. She has published articles in local newspapers and also worked as director for a radio station. She is married, has two children, and lives in the outskirts of Athens. With sales of almost one million copies of her novels, Lena Manta was proclaimed “Author of the Year 2009” by Greek Life & Style Magazine. With a charismatic personality that exudes positivity and inspires all who meet her, she is extremely popular in the press as well as social media and Facebook where she is immensely active. Also, a very generous person, she has linked her name with charities, donating all of her revenues from her book EVERYTHING WILL WORK ITSELF OUT to Kethea Diavasis (a charity that aids and supports recovering drug addicts). Her books have been translated into Turkish and Albanian.