Publisher: Olympia Publishers
Publication Date: September 29, 2016
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About the Book
Professor Angelopoulos is a mature, experienced, and renowned archaeologist. Whilst working in the sweltering heat of the Kanesh desert, Turkey, he meets the true love of his life, Sally. Sally, a young Irish girl, arrives at the archaeological camp after being injured in a motorcycle accident. Whilst Sally is at the camp she uncovers one of the most important archaeological find in history, a simple piece of clay with the oldest inscription in an Indo-European language upon it. Together, with the Professor and other camp members they must project this rare item of national heritage from a millionaire collector, and ensure it arrives safely at the Archaeological Museum, where it must be displayed for everyone to see.
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- Turks love Westerns and other old Hollywood movies; they start acting as if they were in a Western during the robbery attempt, and they discuss Gary Cooper and Steve McQueen…
- Nikos’ assistants Katerina and Giorgos develop their feelings for each other as well; in their case, the age difference is the other way round: Katerina is 14 years older than Giorgos!
- Nikos and Sally are both football fans: Nikos supports AEK Athens, and Sally supports Celtic.
About the Author
I was born in Germany, studied English Literature and History at LMU Munich (got an MA degree, too), and in 1998 I came to Greece where in 2000 I gave birth to my daughter. I’ve worked as a journalist, as social hostess on a cruise ship, as an insurance agent, teacher of foreign languages and translator.
In 2016, my first novel was published: “The Professor and the Bird”, an adventure-romance. Now I’m trying to make a name for myself while writing on my next book!