By Jeffrey Siger
While the physique of a boy from one in all Greece’s so much renowned households turns up in a dumpster in a single of Athens’ worst neighborhoods, leader Inspector Andreas Kaldis of the Greek Police’s targeted Crimes department is bound there’s a message within the homicide. yet who despatched it and why? Andreas’ politically fallacious look for solutions takes him deep into the sordid, legal aspect of Athens nightlife and directly to the glittering international of Athens society the place age-old frictions among outdated funds and new breed jealousy, homicide, revenge, revolutionaries, and a few very risky truths.
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He handed one to Kouros as he passed him and Kouros fell into step right behind him. All the lights were on at this hour, so that the club’s faceless crew of EasternEuropean workers could ready the place for the crowds of Greeks to come. In bright light there was no mystery here. The burgundy carpets and matching, bordello-style banquettes were a mash of cigarette burns, spike-heel stiletto tears, and stains from spilled drinks and God knew what else. Long, black Formica-top and metal-leg tables filled the center of the room.
But have someone keep an eye on her. ’ Kouros grinned. Andreas did not return the smile. He wanted the subject to go away. Kouros stopped in front of Andreas’ apartment building. As Andreas was getting out he said, ‘Pick me up tomorrow morning at eight. Don’t eat breakfast. ’ Kouros nodded. ’ Andreas slammed the door. Maggie wanted to hide from the phone. It hadn’t stopped ringing all morning. Someone tipped off the press that Chief Andreas Kaldis had assumed personal charge of the investigation, and now every journalist in Greece wanted to speak to him, not some anonymous talking head out of media affairs.
The street was packed with parked cars and motorcycles battered nearly as badly as his own. No one paid him much attention. Strangers frequented these streets. A couple of girls on a third-floor balcony of the building next to where he parked called out to him in broken Greek. He ignored them and walked as if he knew where he was going. He stepped into the vestibule of the building, under the white light, and started climbing the concrete-slab steps. The address for the woman put the apartment on the top floor.
Assassins of Athens (Andreas Kaldis 02) by Jeffrey Siger