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  • Relié: 241 pages
  • Editeur : Poisoned Pen Press; Édition : 1 (7 octobre 2014)
  • Collection : Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mysteries
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1464203148
  • ISBN-13: 978-1464203145
  • Dimensions du produit: 14 x 1,9 x 21,6 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 2.5 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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Par Maris K. le 25 février 2015
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As compared to the first books in the series this one was really kind of pointless. So short that once we got over the initial explanations there was no room for advancing the plot or even awakening your imagination. At first it left you also the impression that it would have two storylines, but then after a lengthy introduction to the one in Athens it was left completely aside. The culprit was evident from the very beginning (if it wouldn't have been this person, there would have been no real point in mentioning the character in the book in the first place, there was absolutely no credible role for this person). This book really wasn't worth the wait. Kind of sad. I've really liked all the previous books by this author...
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Par Dominic TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 11 janvier 2015
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Toujours ancré dans la réalité Grecque actuelle sur fond de corruption et de crise économique , cet opus nous fait découvrir ...un peu le Magne région de l'extreme sud du Péloponnèse que je connais bien ( pour résumé la corse ou la Sicile de la Grèce )
Kouros l'enjoint du chef inspecteur va mener l'enquête, bon pas très dure l'enquête à tous les points de vu pour Kouros , personnellement j'avais une idée du coupable dés le premier tiers du livre qui se lit agréablement , on passe un bon moment , l'épilogue est disons savoureux ,mais les premiers tomes étaient d'un meilleur niveau à mon gout .
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Not worth the time 27 octobre 2014
Par J. F. Thompson - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I've read all the books in this series so far - I liked this one the least, and by a wide margin. In this novel, I think the author has given his principle characters - a team of police officers - too much swagger and arrogance and too little humanity. I'd suggest he study the "Chief Bruno" novels of Martin Walker, or maybe the Walt Longmire novels of Craig Johnson, for tips on making his books a little more engaging and a little less silly.
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Greek murder mystery with humour 12 octobre 2014
Par BasingstoneBook - Publié sur
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At times this seemed more of a Greek comedy rather than the billed murder mystery. The relationship between the principal characters all police employees is very entertaining, almost telepathic and aids to lighten the reality of the murder itself. Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis allows his colleague Detective Yianni Kouros to investigate the mysterious death of his uncle not long after a family get together in the isolated southern region of Mani. With a tradition of family feuds going back centuries, things are not quite what they seem and soon Kaldis is guiding the investigation from Athens. This is a very entertaining murder mystery full of lighter moments, and minimal Greek history to set the background and atmosphere. This is the sixth in this series of cases for Kaldis written by Jeffery Singer as a frequent visitor to Greece uses his personal knowledge to great effect.
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The best yet! 27 octobre 2014
Par EvKa - Publié sur
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This is very possibly the best of the "Inspector Andreas Kaldis" novels yet, even though the spotlight is turned away from Kaldis and focuses more on his partner, Yianni Kouros, and delves into his family and the crucible created by the collision behind the past and the present. Yianni must walk a tight-rope between his duties to his family and his duties to his job, all while trying to solve the mystery of who murdered his uncle. Quite a juggling act for Kouros, and a job well done for Jeffrey Siger!
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A Fun Read and Insight into LIfe in Modern Greece 21 octobre 2014
Par Jeffrey Tretin - Publié sur
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This book was a great read-it is both intriguing and a lot of fun. It is the first time I've read a book by Jeffrey Siger but won't be the last. I have always been a fan of Donna Leon's for the way she brings Venetian culture to life and now can say the same about Jeffrey Siger's ability to penetrate Greek culture and society.
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Jeffrey Siger's Andrea Kaldis series is a feast! 9 octobre 2014
Par Cathy G. Cole - Publié sur
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This satisfying sixth Andreas Kaldis mystery is quite a change of pace from the high octane, adrenaline-charged action of its predecessor, Mykonos After Midnight. Once again author Jeffrey Siger highlights an area of Greece and weaves its history and culture into his narrative; this time the very tip of the Peloponessian Peninsula which will be familiar to many once Sparta is mentioned. Many readers (and devotees of The Godfather films) are familiar with vendettas being a way of life in Sicily, but what may surprise them is that vendettas are just as important in the Mani. One of the things I found so fascinating about Sons of Sparta is the code of conduct surrounding vendettas in that area. There are rules, and they must be obeyed.

It is Kouros's show in this book, with Kaldis and Tasso working on the periphery, and it's quite a tangled investigation, but there is still plenty of the comraderie and humor that are Siger's trademarks. And as for trademarks, the author's ability to portray what is currently happening in Greece is as strong as ever. Greece is a country in severe financial difficulties, and the foreign criminal elements arriving in an attempt to carve up lucrative "business deals" for themselves is sickening-- reminding me of vultures fighting over the best morsels before the animal has even died. What is heartening is that Siger also shows that there are men and women who are dedicated to doing what's right even if it comes at high personal cost.

Jeffrey Siger's books are a feast for the mind and the senses: an intriguing mystery to solve, one of the best teams of detectives in all of crime fiction, and a wonderful setting all skillfully blended with action, humor, and a touch of steamy sex. I know that I'm preaching to the choir with many, but as for those of you who have yet to read a mystery by Jeffrey Siger... what are you waiting for?
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