❄ Murder in Mykonos (Andreas Kaldis, #1) kindle Epub ❦ Author Jeffrey Siger – Thomashillier.co.uk

Murder in Mykonos (Andreas Kaldis, #1) A Young Woman On Holiday To Mykonos, The Most Famous Of Greece S Aegean Cycladic Islands, Simply Disappears Off The Face Of The Earth And No One Notices.That Is, Until A Body Turns Up On A Pile Of Bones Under The Floor Of A Remote Mountain Church Then The Island S New Police Chief, The Young, Politically Incorrect, Former Athens Homicide Detective Andreas Kaldisastarts Finding Bodies, Bones, And Suspects Almost Everywhere He Looks.Teamed With The Canny, Nearly Retired Local Homicide Chief, Andreas Tries To Find The Killer Before The Media Can Destroy The Island S Fabled Reputation With A Barrage Of World Wide Attention On A Mystery That S Haunted Mykonos Undetected For Decades.Just When It Seems Things Can T Get Any Worse, Another Young Woman Disappears And Political Niceties No Longer Matter With The Investigation Now A Rescue Operation, Andreas Finds Himself Plunging Into Ancient Myths And Forgotten Island Places, Racing Against A Killer Intent On Claiming A New Victim Who Is Herself Determined To Outstep Him.


10 thoughts on “Murder in Mykonos (Andreas Kaldis, #1)

  1. says:

    I had highs and lows with this book, moments when I thought This book is really good and moments when I couldn t wait for it to be finished At the end I sat for a moment to try and discover why.I enjoyed the sections which featured Andreas Kaldis He is a strong character with morals and those were few and far between amongst the other characters. I liked the descriptions of the Mykonos scenery and could imagine myself being there on one of the beautiful beaches or up in the hills with the l I had highs and lows with this book, moments when I thought This book is really good and moments when I couldn t wait for it to be finished At the end I sat for a moment to try and discover why.I enjoyed the sections which featured Andreas Kaldis He is a strong character with morals and those were few and far between amongst the other characters. I liked the descriptions of the Mykonos scenery and could imagine myself being there on one of the beautiful beaches or up in the hills with the...


  2. says:

    First Sentence Just past midnight the massive Rodanthi ferry silently made its grand entrance into the Mykonos narrow, crescent shaped harbor.Det Andreas Kildis has been transferred from Athens to the role of police chief on Mykonos Shortly after arriving he is summoned to a remote church where the body of a young woman has been found in a crypt beneath the floor She is not alone As the investigation develops, it becomes clear there has been a ritual serial killer on the island for almost First Sentence Just past midnight the massive Rodanthi ferry silently made its grand entrance into the Mykonos narrow, crescent shaped harbor.De...


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    REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK 29 SEPT 2013 3.8 STARSNarrator Koullis KyriacouThe Story I enjoyed this even though I felt the murder mystery a little vague All I know, with regards to this, is that someone is killing off tall, blond Scandinavian women The serial killer sticks a spoke in his own wheel when the latest blonde he s abducted turns out to be part Greek.This isn t a straightforward serial killer mystery in that while the murders are solved, the reader is not presented with everything neatly REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK 29 SEPT 2013 3.8 STARSNarrator Koullis KyriacouThe Story I enjoyed this even though I felt the murder ...


  4. says:

    This book by Jeffrey Siger is a masterful suspense novel which has kept me interested from beginning to the very end, and honestly, I have no idea who was the culprit until the last sentence, just as the author has intended, I suspect Yes, it does remind me of The Murder on the Oriental Express by Agatha Christy, which the book actually made reference to I love the setting of the book, which I nearly visited some years ago as I did my very own Greek Islands hopping as a single woman I went c This book by Jeffrey Siger is a masterful suspense novel which has kept me interested from beginning to the very end, and honestly, I have no idea who was the culprit until the last sentence, just as the author has intended, I suspect Yes, it does remind me of The Murder on the Oriental Express by Agatha Christy, which the book actually made reference to I love the setting of the book, which I nearly visited some years ago as I did my very own Greek Islands hopping as a single woman I went close to Mykonos Santorini was not far Having read Mr Siger s murder mystery, I almost feel relieved that I didn t Well, I guess I would have been safe anyway, as our Mykonos serial murderer wasn t into someone like me, a medium built non blonde Chinese girl The characters in the book are finely painted, and I become very fond of the Protagonist Andreas Kaldis I like the fact that one of the victims ...


  5. says:

    For my loyal followers, I do want to make it clear that this fantastic novel is not a gentle cozy No, this novel is a Police Procedural set on the Greek Island of Mykonos This novel is hard hitting, action packed study of a serial killer that has been committing his atrocities for almost two decades.Our sleuth is the new Chief of Police, Inspector Andreas Kaldis He was promoted out of Athens due to being too good at his job and making certain politicians nervous.We are introduced to the glitz For my loyal followers, I do want to make it clear that this fantastic novel is not a gentle cozy No, this novel is a Police Procedural set on the Greek Island of Mykonos This novel is hard hitting, action packed study of a serial killer that has been committing his atrocities for almost two decades.Our sleuth is the new Chief of Police, Inspector Andreas Kaldis He was promoted out of Athens due to being too good at his job and making certain politicians nervous.We are introduced to the glitz of the famous island as well as the underbelly of daily life and c...


  6. says:

    A readable and exciting whodunit.Police officer Andreas Kaldis is a bit disgruntled when he is transferred from Athens to the tourist island of Mykonos in the Aegean, from investigating murders to being a nursemaid to tourists is not an exciting prospect But soon there is a report of a dead body, found in the crypt of a rural church, apparently of a young woman The case becomesurgent when another young woman, a tourist, disappears, and it appears that the police on Mykonos have a serial A readable and exciting whodunit.Police officer Andreas Kaldis is a bit disgruntled when he is transferred from Athens to the tourist island of Mykonos in the Aegean, from investigating murders to being a nursemaid to tourists is not an exciting prospect But soon there is a report of a dead body, found in the crypt of a rural church, apparently of a young woman The case becomesurgent when another young woman, a tourist, disappears, and it appears that the police on Mykonos have a s...


  7. says:

    Actually, I rather liked this book The main character took a little getting used to, but I decided that even though his attitude was sometimes somewhat surly, he got the job done and was able to eventually forge some relationships during the course of the book Also, he caught the bad guy well that s another story I liked the mystery aspects of the book Characters were interesting and it was a good, light read Try to overlook Andreas attitude at first it improves a bit as you go Actually, I rather liked this book The main character took a little getting used to, but I decided that even though his attitude was sometimes somewhat surly, he got the job done and was able to eventually forge some relationships during the course of the book Also, he caught t...


  8. says:

    This was such an enjoyable read a number of suspects, a race against time to prevent another murder, good detectives, an interesting potential victim and all set on the glorious Greek island of Mykonos I learned a lot burial practices on th...


  9. says:

    Murder in Mykonos is a well written murder mystery The plot is fairly straight forward and the pace of the action is good I can see why it s been a bestseller in Greece The descriptions of the unique island location and it s residents are excellent I feel like I ve been to Mykonos.


  10. says:

    This was a relatively good mystery for being first in a series I don t know why they always have to be serial killer stories so old, now Also, I think that having the entire array of serious suspects just disappear on their own business to the point the police cannot locate any of them for question...


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