The People In Between: A Cyprus Odyssey

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A family's history is shaped by the conflicts during the 1960s and 70s in Cyprus.

Kiraz Nora Johansson and her twin brother never knew their mother who died while giving birth. By invitation of a family friend she travels to Cyprus and discovers her family's past. Through a history that was nearly lost to her and her troubled brother, she learns what it means to love and becomes forever tied to the Cypriot people and their unforgettable island home.
A "Green Line" on a map splits a nation and its capitol. Not long ago the people of Cyprus were torn from their lands by external forces. No matter which side of the divide they live on today, they are a united people in a country divided. They are the people in between.

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