Murder in Mykonos

A Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mystery, Book 1
Narrated by: Koullis Kyriacou
Series: Andreas Kaldis, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 43 mins
3.7 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Mykonos has always had a romantic reputation, until the body of a blonde female tourist is discovered on a pile of bones under the floor of a remote mountain church. When the island's new police chief - the young, politically incorrect, former Athens homicide detective Andreas Kaldis - starts finding bodies, bones and suspects almost everywhere he looks, he's forced to admit that the island paradise is harbouring a ritualistic serial killer. Mykonos's character is at stake, but political niceties no longer matter when another blonde vanishes. Andreas must delve into ancient myths and forgotten island hideaways as he races against a killer intent on claiming a new blonde victim - who is herself determined to out step him...

©2009 Jeffrey Siger (P)2011 Oakhill Publishing

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  • 09-15-18

Excellent

Really enjoyed this story - the characters were all most interesting and you get a good idea of the Greek system of administration (not unlike the one in Ireland!). There were touches of humour also...... However, as with most modern detective stories, it was just a little too long. The print edition is 350 pages - seems about 100 pages too many!