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This is my favorite of Alan Furst's novels that I've read so far. The hero, Costa Zannis, is a police official in Salonika, and besides being extremely likable, he has the most... Read morePublished 20 days ago by dizzheart
Another good WWII - era spy novel by Alan Furst. The Greek setting was a welcome departure from his previous novels, providing a framework for some new plot vehicles.Published 22 days ago by J. Herron
Constantine “Costa” Zannis is a police detective in Salonika, Greece. It’s autumn of 1940 and Zannis keeps one eye turned north as Hitler’s war machine invades other European... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard C. Reynolds
Gifted writer; elegant language use and phrasing. Captivating story. 5 stars.Published 2 months ago by Thomas Lane
Exceptional "tone poem" of the pre WWII upper Grecian environment. Salonika - would not immediately come to mind as a nexus of international espionage and intrigue in the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Don Morrison
I would give this 4 1/2 stars, but rounded up to 5. This is a good read.Published 2 months ago by CliffAnderson
Gets your attention and holds it until the end. Great book. Great arthur.Published 3 months ago by Gordon W. Cox Jr.