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A Map Of Scars

A Map Of Scars

Moyra Sammut


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From the back streets of Valletta in Malta, a chance discovery by her father forces Georgina Parker to make a decision that will change her life and of those around her. She finds herself on a path to self-discovery at the brink of WWII; a journey that takes her across the Mediterranean to the White Cliffs of Dover. Will her dream to join the war effort cost her everything? Will she ever find the true love she seeks among the machinations of war?

ISBN : 978-1-78830-608-9

Published: 29/04/2021

Pages : 340

Size : 156x234

Imprint : Olympia Publishers

Moyra Sammut

Born and raised in Malta to a Maltese father and British mother, Moyra Sammut had an idyllic childhood, with both cultures instilled in her and her siblings. The blend of the two cultures, together with a fascination for World War II, were thus deeply rooted, as real-life events were passed on to her from both grandfathers, who actively participated in the war; one as an air raid recruit based in Malta and the other fighting in Anzio with the British Army.

Ms Sammut travelled extensively during her employment as a travel journalist, where she would document far-to-reach destinations in such vivid descriptions that it earned her a middle page weekly spread in local newspapers, which is where her love for writing became apparent as her popularity spread.

In her first book, ‘A Map of Scars', she conveys the memoires passed on to her with intense and historic realism, which the reader is invited to delve into.

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