Other Books in Series
This is book number 10 in the Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis series.
- #1: Murder in Mykonos (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mysteries #1) (Paperback): $12.99
- #5: Mykonos After Midnight (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mysteries #5) (Hardcover): $24.95
- #6: Sons of Sparta (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mysteries #6) (Hardcover): $24.95
- #7: Devil of Delphi (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis #7) (Large Print / Paperback): $23.99
- #8: Santorini Caesars (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mysteries #8) (Hardcover): $26.95
- #9: An Aegean April (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mysteries #9) (Paperback): $15.95
"A perfect setting and first-rate storytelling." --Ragnar J nasson, bestselling author of The Dark Iceland series
When corruption lies deep beneath the surface, how can the truth come to light?
The case begins for Athens' Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis with a literal bang when a corrupt former police colonel who runs a protection racket on Mykonos is gunned down. Suddenly, Athens' Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis is face-to-face with Greece's top crime bosses on an island whose natural beauty and reputation as an international playground belies the corruption lurking just beneath the surface.
While Andreas and his Special Crimes unit wrestle for answers, Andreas's wife, Lila, meets an American expat named Toni, a finder of stolen goods and a piano player in a gender-bending bar who has a zest for life and no apparent regard for rules. As Lila and Toni bond over a common desire to mentor young island girls trapped in an exploitative and patriarchal culture, they soon find that their efforts to improve the lives of the Greek girls they've come to care about intersect with Andreas' investigation in ways that prove to be dangerous for all involved...
The Mykonos Mob is a thrilling police procedural, perfect for readers of Martin Walker and Donna Leon
Additional Praise for the Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Series:
" A] suspenseful trip through the rarely seen darker strata of complex, contemporary Greece." --Publishers Weekly
"Target: Tinos is] another of Jeffrey Siger's thoughtful police procedurals set in picturesque but not untroubled Greek locales."--New York Times
"Siger paints travelogue-worthy pictures of a breathtakingly beautiful--if politically corrupt--Greece." --Publishers Weekly STARRED review for Sons of Sparta
"Siger brings Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis some very big challenges in his seventh mystery set in troubled contemporary Greece...The final plot twist proves well worth the wait, but it won't take readers long to get there as they will be turning pages at a ferocious clip." --Booklist STARRED review for Devil in Delphi
"Fans of Adrian McKinty's Sean Duffy books and other police procedurals that handle violence and political issues with black humor will welcome this outstanding crime novel." --Library Journal STARRED review for An Aegean April
About the Author
Jeffrey Siger was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, practiced law at a major Wall Street law firm, and later established his own New York City law firm where he continued as one of its name partners until giving it all up to write full-time among the people, life, and politics of his beloved Mykonos. The Mykonos Mob is the tenth novel in his internationally best-selling and award nominated Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis series, following up on An Aegean April, Santorini Caesars, Devil in Delphi, Sons of Sparta, Mykonos After Midnight, Target: Tinos, Prey on Patmos, Assassins of Athens, and Murder in Mykonos.The New York Times described Jeffrey Siger's novels as "thoughtful police procedurals set in picturesque but not untroubled Greek locales," and named him as Greece's thriller writer of record. The Greek Press called his work "prophetic," Eurocrime described him as a "very gifted American author...on a par with other American authors such as Joseph Wambaugh or Ed McBain," and the City of San Francisco awarded him its Certificate of Honor citing that his "acclaimed books have not only explored modern Greek society and its ancient roots but have inspired political change in Greece." He now lives in Greece.