Santorini Caesars

Santorini Caesars

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When a young demonstrator is publicly singled out and assassinated by highly trained killers in the heart of protest-charged Athens, Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis is convinced the killing was meant not to take out a target, but as a message. A message from whom? To whom? And why? Is it a coup d'état, or something else? Greece is no stranger to violence upending duly elected governments and memories of the nation's last junta dictatorship years still burn in the minds of all who lived through the Regime of the Colonels. The answer is by no means clear, but as suspects emerge and international intrigues evolve, the threat of another, far more dramatic assassination grows ever more likely--as does the realization that only Kaldis can stop it. But at what price? Greece's government is in chaos, its goals and leadership are suspect, and Kaldis is forever at odds with its methods. With a new child on the way, and their young son coming face-to-face with the harsh nature of the world around him, Kaldis and his wife wonder if carrying on the fight matters anymore.
Publisher: Scottsdale, Arizona : Poisoned Pen Press, 2016
Characteristics: 287 pages : maps ; 22 cm
Edition: First edition
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781464206016 (hardcover)
1464206015 (hardcover)
9781464206030 (trade paperback)
1464206031 (trade paperback)


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Oct 28, 2016

I have read all 8 books in this series now and loved them all.
Great detective stories and
gives a real feel for life in
Greece in today's world.


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