Lucas Dines
Publisher: Dines Brothers Publishing Company
Pages: 458

The year is 1902. The German war machine and the collapse of the Ottoman Empire loom over Europe as the Great Powers jostle for position in the Balkans. Jon Ahmeti, a young Albanian man living in Macedonia, is drawn into a web of Great Power conspiracy with Macedonian separatists, Greek rebels, and Bulgarian nationalists that challenges his notions of ethnic identity and the nature of Balkan conflict. He is cast across the land of his birth by a British spymaster as he fights for the survival of his family while facing the horrific realities of ethnic cleansing.
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