Poets Never Die by Stavros Sideras

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A Scottish journalist, fascinated by the shocking revelations of a Greek spy who had served in MI6 as a double agent during Cyprus’ uprising in the 1950s, is inspired to write a novel based on the British mole’s intriguing accounts.

But as the traitor’s captivating story unfolds, the journalist realizes that his sensational exposé is not dependent on the spy’s traitorous conduct or the coldblooded murders he committed, but on the heartbreaking love story between the teenage daughter of the head of MI6 in Cyprus and her young lover; a seventeen-year-old Greek freedom fighter sentenced to death by hanging…

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Published April 14, 2012 by BookBaby. 246 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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