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The Conduit by Chryselle Brown (BA Classical Studies, 2005)

18 August 2011

The place is Cyprus, the island of love in the Mediterranean. The city is Nicosia, the only divided city in the world.  Greeks and Turks, opposing factions for decades – finally, a peace deal is on the table. A young English woman, Cathy Burkert is on a job in Cyprus, part of a team to identify the ancient Greek poet, Homer’s great work, the Cypria. Cathy has secrets, secrets which enables a deadly machine to be invented, one never before seen by mankind.  A web of intrigue is spun to change the will of a nation, is Cathy the inspired medium?

The place is Cyprus, the island of love in the Mediterranean. The city is Nicosia, the only divided city in the world. Greeks and Turks, opposing factions for decades – finally, a peace deal is on the table. A young English woman, Cathy Burkert is on a job in Cyprus, part of a team to identify the ancient Greek poet, Homer’s great work, the Cypria. Cathy has secrets, secrets which enables a deadly machine to be invented, one never before seen by mankind. A web of intrigue is spun to change the will of a nation, is Cathy the inspired medium?   

There is a surprising twist to the tale. One that would appeal to all those touched by madness. Purchase the book at www.amazon.co.uk £2.29 or www.Smashwords.com $2.99