Xenos: A Novel

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Open Books, Aug 10, 2010 - Literary Collections
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Sometimes the only way to find yourself is to leave behind everything you've ever known... and become a stranger.
 

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Contents

CONTENTS PROLOGUE
Missing Persons
Café Oude Haven
The Gray Light of a New Dawn
Compliance by Seduction
LAscension
The Family Thromos
An Affair in Valais
A Good
A Goddess in Disguise
Living the Old
Moving to Glyfada
On the Precipice of a Pivotal Moment
A Serendipitous Choice CHAPTER 17 A Night in Athens
The Cyclades
A Lovers Quarrel

Sacrifice and the Sweet Life
Thromos Women
A Serendipitous Choice
Intrusions Upon Timeless Ways
A Long Journeys
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

David A. Ross was born January 6, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois. In addition to his career as a novelist (Good Morning Corfu, 2009; Open Books; How High The Wall, 2008; Open Books; Sacrifice and the Sweet Life, 2003, Escape Media; A Winter Garden, 2003, Escape Media; Stones, 2001, Escape Media; Xenos, 1998, Escape Media; The Trouble With Paradise; 1997, Escape Media), he is a former columnist and contributing editor for Southwest Art Magazine (1984-1985). His first novel, The Trouble With Paradise, was awarded third prize in the 1997 National Writer's Association Novel Competition. David A. Ross lives on the Island of Corfu, Greece, where he is the editor of Corfu Magazine

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