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HATE IS HALF OF REVENGE

21 April 1870: The murder of four eminent Europeans, three Britons and one Italian, in Dilesi, a coastal town in eastern Boeotia, by Greek brigands, would come to trigger a crisis between Greece and Great Britain. Their abduction would last ten days. The Massacre at Dilesi, as it came to be known in history, would turn Europe against the country and reveal the profound corruption of the Greek political system and its connection with the tragic event. At the same time, it will expose the development of the Greek state since its founding, the financial interests lobbying in the background, as well and the unmistakable clear intervention of the foreign powers in the workings of the country.

21st April 2013: The horrific murders of European Troika committee members at a central Athenian hotel will, once again, turn the European public opinion against the country. Greece, amidst a multi-sided crisis, will, yet again, be considered a black sheep. The coded message left by the murderer at the scene of the crime will connect the even with the Massacre at Dilesi. The Greek brigands from time past return to life 143 years later.
In his follow-up to the award-winning and internationally selling novel, DIARY OF AN INFIDELITY, Emilios Solomos returns with an exciting, atmospheric tale seeped in history, the past and the present, memory, love, hate, vengeance and duty.
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Publication date Oct 8, 2015
Thematic Category Social, Thriller - Adventure, Politics
Series Greek literature
Age 18+
Pages 496
No of reprints 1
ISBN 978-618-01-1247-4
SKU 16668
Dimensions (width x height) 14 x 21 cm
Weight 0.637 kgr
Binding Μαλακό εξώφυλλο
ISBN e-book 978-618-01-1248-1
E-book Code 16669
E-book format epub+zip
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The Author
EMILIOS SOLOMOU was born in 1971. He studied History and Archaeology at the University of Athens and Journalism at a Tertiary Education School. He worked as a journalist for a daily morning newspaper; at present he is a teacher in Secondary Education. His short stories have been published in Aneu, Nea Epochi, In Focus and Mandragoras magazines. Some have been translated and published in English and Bulgarian. He has published three prose works: The Scarecrow (2000), Like a Sparrow You Soon Flew Away (2003), An Axe In Your Hand (2007, Aneu). For his last work he received the Cyprus State Award as a novelist.
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