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Greek Ghosts Paperback – November 24, 2003
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Please look for the reformatted version of Greek Ghosts, Love and Danger, with the new cover, available in paperback and on Kindle.
About the Author
Helen Dunn Frame began writing in high school. Following graduation from Syracuse University?s Journalism School, she wrote articles, newsletters and countless other nonfiction pieces. After coauthoring and editing others? books, she started writing novels. She has lived in England, Germany, Dallas, New York, and San Francisco, and has traveled extensively.
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there is no way off the island, because planes, helicopters can't fly, and no ferries operate. Then, the fairy tale romance with Paul and his
demise, leading to all of the intrigue surrounding Global International--the two men who become important in Jennifer's life, the unsavory
Dimitris, and the exciting Jason, who has Paul's face. And Jennifer's friendship with Lady Sarah Clarke, who translates for members of
the diplomatic corps and Scotland Yard.
The book is engaging and fast-paced. Jennifer is a modern woman, very independent. After giving birth to her son, Everett, and suffering
from post-partum depression and also, her grief over losing Paul, she goes back to Greece, to Leros. When she meets Dimitris and later
Jason, she is determined to find out as much as she can from them about Paul's death and also wants to clear his name from accusations of being an international spy and criminal. All of the secrecy and the hiding, looking for "bugs" in her suite and taking different routes and pathways; the coincidences that occur with Orestes and Leto, being related to Admetus, who was the pilot of the plane, in which Paul met his death, and the
secret hiding places in Paul's house--the basement, the dumb waiter, the secret compartments in the walls or closet--all of this adds up to a very
exciting and engaging read. After Dimitris dies, Jason, to whom Jennifer is physically attracted, survives a severe helicopter accident. Will
Jennifer and he meet up again? Lady Sarah Clarke is the perfect side-kick and friend for Jennifer in her travels and trials.