Nicholas Gage

Nicholas Gage, a former investigative reporter for the Wall Street Journal, is the author of seven books: Greek Fire, Eleni, Hellas, A Place for Us, Greece: Land of Light, Bones of Contention, and The Bourlotas Fortune. His native Greece is the subject of half of them, including Eleni, which received the National Book Critics Circle's nomination for best biography, was awarded first prize by the Royal Society of Literature of Great Britain in 1984, was a Book-of-the-Month Club Main Selection, and was made into a motion picture.

Mr. Gage lives in North Grafton, Massachusetts, with his wife Joan, who is also a writer. They have three children, Christos, Eleni, and Marina. HCS readers are invited to read a review of his latest best-seller: "Greek Fire: The Story of Maria Callas and Aristotle Onassis, by Nicholas Gage. A Book Review by Chris and Mary Papoutsy."

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