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Aristo's Family (2nd Edition)

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Archaeologist, Aristo's family were all burnt and left unidentifiable during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974.

Aristo has turned his Paphos home into a small private museum and now lives alone with his surviving teenage son, Pavlos, and his obsession - to trace his family.

The contents of polythene bags which Aristo brings home from his site excavations, together with
ebook, Epub, 240 pages
Published May 28th 2011 by Haunted Books

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Gwen Hazlit
I bet myself the author couldn't make the Cyprus I've seen, interesting. I spent two weeks near Ayia Napa and the modern hotels and night life could have been in England's Newcastle had it not been for the difference of language and the unique aromas of restaurant food out of doors through a humid evening on the island.

Nickford has either done a lot of research or else spent a lot of time in the villages and in the Troodos Mountains where the tourists don't go so much. For me, the night scenes,
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Raymond Nickford says that, to him, "people are stranger than fiction, more fascinating".

Perhaps this is what led to his degree in Psychology and Philosophy at University College North Wales. His teaching of English in colleges and as a private tutor has, he believes, informed his literary thriller "A Child from the Wishing Well" featuring an eerie music tutor, her young pupil Rosie and Rosie's p
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