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Surviving The Peace Character List + First Chapter!

Zoe Lambros is a 16 year old that has lived through the German Occupation of her home town in Greece. Zoe survived the war that killed her  family, her friends and destroyed her country. She fought alongside Eva Muller and Henry Franz in an attempt to save Greek Jews from the Nazis but now comes a...

Latest News and September FREE Book!

It’s near the end of September and where has it all gone! September was a busy month – received some awesome news about book awards (see below) and we have a free book offer for Nor The Battle To The Strong. I was busy this month trying to finish off my radio play “An Egyptian...

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Zoe’s Journal Updates – Character Subsite!

New Interview With A Difference…Zoe Talks

Sallie’s Book Reviews blog interviews authors about their books. Sallie suggested I do an interview with one of the characters of the Intertwined Souls Series. Interesting. So I chose Zoe (who as we all know is not short of a word). Interview with Zoe Lambros by Mary D. Brooks, author of In the...

A Woman Named Mabel…

Mabel is a wonderful name, isn’t it? Its very Australian, and since Evy and I are refugees in this country, I thought of naming my first motorcycle Mabel. The story of how I came up with it is interesting. I wanted something that represented my new country that was young and brash. Evy suggested...

My Home in Farsala (Pharsalos) Greece

Farsala is on the outskirts of Larissa – a farming community where I grew up and nearby is Athena’s Bluff. I have spent a lot of time up there. The post My Home in Farsala (Pharsalos) Greece appeared first on Zoe Lambros...

As Featured In The Jewish Museum of Greece!

I’m deeply honoured and thrilled to have two of my books – the novel and the companion book be featured in the Jewish Museum of Greece.

In 2016 The Jewish Museum of Greece added In “The Blood of the Greeks” and the companion book “In the Blood of the Greeks The Illustrated Companion” to their collection on Greek Holocaust during World War II.

If you are in the area, why not pop over to Nikis 39, Athina 105 57, Greece and see their collection of priceless documents, images and video about the Greek Jewish Resistance and the way the Greek Jews fought back against the Germans and how their compatriots protected them.

Pick up a copy of In the Blood of the Greeks and the Companion Book – historical fiction and the companion book features actual wartime photography, illustrations, real life accounts of Greek resistance and heroism.