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“No, I’m not interested in sin tonight! Not do I suspect that something like that could happen. Do you think that the act of sinning presupposes some kind of conscience? Or does one go about it unconsciously and then pay for it later on? It’s a big subject, but tonight it’s completely futile…”

A girl disappears and no-one ever finds her again, despite the fact that she now lives nearby the home that she escaped from. She escaped from her paranoid parents, fell madly in love with a distracted man, and found a friendship that can save.

A story about life, death, and life again.
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Publication date Oct 10, 2019
Thematic Category Social, Psychoanalysis, Psychology, Romance
Series Greek literature
Age 18+
SKU 22885
Regular Price €13.32 Special Price €11.99
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The Author
Maro Vamvounaki was born in Chania where she spent her childhood. At the age of 9 she came to Athens with her family. She studied law and psychology. Since 1972, and for the following eleven years, she lived in Rhodes where she worked as a notary. Today she lives in Athens. She is a prolific writer. This book is the author's 22nd published title and it has been estimated that over 500,000 copies of her books have been sold to her devoted reading audience.Maro Vamvounaki is one of the most renowned and beloved contemporary Greek writers and her latest book focuses on a truly intriguing subject.
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