Liar Moon

By: Ben Pastor

Catalogue Number: X2S-5ZW5

Liar Moon

  • Format: Paperback softback
  • Publisher: Bitter Lemon Press
  • ISBN: 9781904738824
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pPraise for Ben Pastor's Lumen p Pastor's plot is well crafted, her prose sharp. . . . A disturbing mix of detection and reflection. -- Publishers Weekly p Rivets the reader with its twist of historical realities. A historical piece, it faithfully reproduces the grim canvas of war. A character study, it captures the thoughts and actions of real people, not stereotypes. -- The Free Lance-Star p And don't miss Lumen by Ben Pastor. . . . An interesting, original, and melancholy tale. -- Literary Review pItaly, September 1943. The Italian government switches sides and declares war on Germany. The north of Italy is controlled by the fascist puppets of Germany; the south liberated by Allied forces fighting their way up the peninsula.pHaving survived hell on the Russian front, Wehrmacht major and aristocrat Baron Martin von Bora is sent to Verona. He is ordered to investigate the murder of a prominent local fascist: a bizarre death threatening to discredit the regime's public image. The prime suspect is the victim's twenty-eight-year-old widow Clara.pHaunted by his record of opposition to SS policies in Russia, Bora must watch his step. Against the backdrop of relentless anti-partisan warfare and the tragedy of the Holocaust, a breathless chase begins.pBen Pastor, born and now back in Italy, lived for thirty years in the United States, working as a university professor in Vermont. The first in the Martin Bora series, Lumen, was published by Bitter Lemon Press in May 2011.

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