I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK as it will take you to  Delphi, where Simon Lester, an Englishman has come to Delphi to learn about the events that happened when his brother, Michael, was killed during the Nazi occupation of Greece during World War Two. Michael was a British liaison officer and had been injured and hiding in the mountains after an horrific event. Camilla Haven mistakenly received the keys to a black car and was told it was for Simon in Delphi and he needed the car as  ‘matter of life and death’. Camilla drives the car to Delphi looking for Simon and finds him. She joins Simon on quest to find answers to his brother, Michael for an adventure that almost cost her life.

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2 Responses to #MY BROTHER MICHAEL By Mary Sewart

  1. lghiggins says:

    This sounds like a really good Mary Stewart book. How fun to reread her works.

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