Ghosts of Anatolia by Steven E. Wilson
An Epic Journey to Forgiveness

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The Ghosts of Anatolia is an epic tale of three families, one Armenian and two Turkish, inescapably entwined in a saga of tragedy, hope and reconciliation. Beginning in 1914, at the start of the The Great War, confident Ottoman forces suffered a devastating defeat at the hands of the Russians. Pursuing Russian forces drove deep into eastern Anatolia, and the ensuing conflagration, fanned by fear, mistrust and sedition, engulfed the Ottoman Empire. What happened there is contentiously debated, and to this day remains a festering sore of division. This compelling adventure novel brings these events poignantly to life.
 

About Steven E. Wilson

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Steven E. Wilson is the author of Winter in Kandahar, 2004 Benjamin Franklin Award finalist in the category Best New Voice in Fiction, and Ascent from Darkness, 2008 Next Generation Indie Book Award finalist in the category Action/Adventure.
 
Published August 20, 2010 by H-G Books. 465 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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