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Target: Tinos (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Series) Paperback – June 5, 2012
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Set on the Aegean pilgrimage island of Tinos, Siger’s superb fourth procedural featuring Chief Insp. Andreas Kaldis (after 2011’s Prey on Patmos) cleverly integrates the ancient with the modern. When Andreas looks into the mysterious immolation of two gypsies on Tinos, apparently a hate crime against immigrants, he faces formidable pressures from his fiery fiancée, Lila, whom he’s to marry in six days on nearby Mykonos—and from his wily boss, Spiros Renatis, who abruptly orders him to close the investigation. While the Greek government can’t afford bad publicity during the country’s current financial crisis, Andreas, aided by his feisty chief assistant, Yianni Kouros, and his friend Tassos Stamatos, chief homicide investigator for the Cyclades, pursues this eerie case, which soon involves ruthless Albanian mobsters, the history of Greek independence from Turkey, and a Tinos-based esoteric cult. A likable, compassionate lead; appealing Greek atmosphere; and a well-crafted plot help make this a winner. (June) (Starred review)
"Superb...a winner"-- Publishers Weekly (Starred review)
"Knocks it out of the park once again...finger so adeptly on the pulse of Greek society, telling the story with such precision and finesse, you're right in Tinos in the middle of the action..." -- The Greek Star
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As he keeps us guessing, Siger fills the book with interesting characters, and a personal understanding of the Greek culture and lifestyle, as well as of the country's daunting current problems and growing xenophobia. A worthy successor to the excellent PREY ON PATMOS.