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A Lion in Spring

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AN AMERICAN WRITER TRAPPED IN A GREEK NATIONAL CRISIS ... A DECAYED BODY IN AN ATTIC ... NAZI LEGACY ... LOVE, IN ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL LOCALES ...

Recently-widowed historical novelist Nathan Radcliff is in Athens to research his book about Anatole Katsaros, a national hero responsible for saving Jewish lives during the Nazi occupation of Greece. When he stumbl
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Kindle Edition, 265 pages
Published July 10th 2014 by Create Space
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Karen Moriarty
Oct 03, 2014 Karen Moriarty rated it it was amazing
Fast-paced, suspenseful mystery with something for everyone

As the author of a book about Michael Jackson, I have been researching and reading almost exclusively non-fiction material during the past five to six years. What a serendipitous and enjoyable departure it has been for me to read Kenneth Overman's most recent novel, “A Lion in Spring”!

Kenneth weaves his story with his rich imagination; vigorous descriptions; a well-developed, multi-layered, and interesting plot; and fascinating characte
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Judith K. White
Oct 14, 2014 Judith K. White rated it really liked it
I limit my exposure to thrillers, but I am certainly glad I read this one. It takes place in a country I have never visited – Greece. However, given the author’s vivid descriptions of places, people, and action, I now feel as if I have experienced it - the views, the smells, the tastes, the people. The challenge of a thriller is to make the reader care deeply about the protagonist. Caring was easy because Nathan is somewhat of an everyman, a college professor just doing some research…until bang! ...more
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