When there is a knock on his door at night Douglas opens it to find a tall dark girl there. She gives him a package and tells him he must come to Greece. His brother is ill and needs him. Leaving his orderly, comfortable life Douglas travels to Greece where he becomes embroiled in a dark plot to destroy the manuscript for a book on a secretive neo-Nazi party that his brother has written. On his brother’s yacht with the aid of Peter’s friends Darcy and Europa he must out-run his pursuers through the Greek islands and try to piece together what is going on. He must also come to terms with his brother and their troubled early years. It is a voyage he is not ready for and one which will change his life.
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About the Author
Jean-Charles Graeme is a retired history teacher who has spent thirty years sailing his own small boat, Apagio, around the Mediterranean. He has written several books on the history of the Mediterranean. His first novel was To Ithaca. My Name Is No One is his second novel. When he is not sailing he lives in Douarnenez in Brittany with his Jack Russell Odysseus.