ASSASSINS OF ATHENS, by Jeffrey Siger
Lovers of the impeccably, impossibly sexy Stone Barrington (Stewart Woods improbable male fantasy hero series star) will adore macho, always-gets-the-girls Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis. Author Siger, a long-time resident of Mykonos, knows his Greek culture and doesn't rub your face in it too often. The plot is suitably complex, with Kaldis treading a suitably edgy course. The characters are suitably diverse and fairly well drawn. All in all, despite its writing flaws, a solid 3+.