The Black Earth

Philip Kazan

1922. When the Turkish Army occupies Smyrna, Zoë Haggitiris escapes with her family, only to lose everything. Alone in a sea of desperate strangers, her life is touched, for a moment, by a young English boy, Tom Collyer, also lost, before the compassion of a stranger leads her into a new life.
Date Published :
January 2019
Publisher :
Allison and Busby
Language:
English
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Overview
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1922. When the Turkish Army occupies Smyrna, Zoë Haggitiris escapes with her family, only to lose everything. Alone in a sea of desperate strangers, her life is touched, for a moment, by a young English boy, Tom Collyer, also lost, before the compassion of a stranger leads her into a new life. Years later when war breaks out, Tom finds himself in Greece and in the chaos of the British retreat, fate will lead him back to Zoë. But he will discover that the war will not end so easily for either of them.

About The Author
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Philip Kazan Was Born In London And Grew-Up On Dartmoor. He Is The Author Of Two Previous Novels Set In Fifteenth-Century Florence And The Petroc Series Following A Thirteenth-Century Adventurer. After Living In New York And Vermont, Philip Is Back On The Edge Of Dartmoor With His Wife And Three Children.