Giorgi's Greek Tragedy

A tale of revenge ensues as Giorgi's parents are murdered by agents of the Ottoman Sultan's elite Janissary Corps. Seeking revenge, he and brother Yianni scour the rugged mountains aspiring to join forces with the outlawed Greek freedom fighters. Tale is set in the Taygetos Mts. in the Peloponnese peninsula of Southern Greece during the Greek War of Independence 1821-1829 from Turkey. More

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About Pauline Hager

A native of Clinton, Massachusetts, a graduate of The University of South Carolina, and a longtime resident of Southern California, Pauline Hager presently lives in La Jolla, California with her husband Randy. Ms. Hager writes from her home and is presently working on her third book. Her first book Memoirs of an American Housewife in Japan humorously recounts her two and one half years living among the Japanese, and her second book is a novel Giorgi's Greek Tragedy, an epic tale during the Greek War of Independence from the Ottoman Turks. The author contributes articles to a monthly e-newsletter www.foxandquill.com/

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