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In the Blood of the Greeks

By Mary D. Brooks
  • ISBN Code: : 1933720174
  • Publisher : P D Pub Incorporated
  • Pages : 168
  • Category : Fiction
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Set against the backdrop of World War II, the novel begins in a most troublesome period of human history, where subjugated by the might of Nazi Germany, two women meet under extraordinary circumstances. This is the story of Eva Muller, the daughter of a German major in command of the occupying force in Larissa, Greece in 1944. Through the intervention of the village priest she meets Zoe Lambros, a young Greek woman with vengeance in her heart and a faith in God that has been shattered by the death of her family. They develop a friendship borne out of this dark time.

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