The Hour of the Bell

Set in 1820 and 1821, "The Hour of the Bell"
recreates the beginnings of the Greek War of
Independence after 400 years of slavery under
the Turkish Empire. From the raids of
mountain guerrillas, to the great sea battles of
small island fleets, to the savage siege and
butchery at Tripolitza, all come vividly alive
in this great historical adventure. More
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About Harry Mark Petrakis

Harry Mark Petrakis is the author of twenty-three books, short-stories, and essays, and has been nominated twice for the National Book Award. His books include the 'A Dream of Kings' (1966), set in Chicago, which was a New York Times bestseller. It was published in twelve foreign editions and was made into a motion picture (1969) starring Anthony Quinn. He has won the O. Henry Award, and received awards from Friends of American Writers, Friends of Literature, and the Society of Midland Authors. He was the Nikos Kazantzakis Chair in Modern Greek Studies at San Francisco State University and the McGuffy Visiting Lecturer at Ohio University. In 2004, the American College of Greece in Athens presented him with an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters Degree.

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