I finished the advance copy of The Mykonos Mob (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mysteries Book 10) by Jeffrey Siger.
The Mykonos Mob is the first book that I have read of Jeffry Siger. I liked this book enough that I will check out his previous books and read the series. The characters are believable in their portrayal and actions. The dialogue was crisp and the plot satisfying. There were a few places where I skipped several pages due to the editorial information and information about music, the island, etc. that, for me, did not move the story forward.
The descriptions do transport you to the Greek islands, and he does know his Greek customs (i.e., Greek drivers). Even though this is the tenth book in the series, I didn’t feel like I lost anything by not reading the other books. The characters are rich and developed well, and the storyline is unique and does not rely on reading the other books.
The book does reveal the politics and greed that can be attributed to any country.
I enjoyed the book and learning more about Greek life and culture.
Until next time, happy reading, and have a wonderful day.