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Greek Crimes III

Greek Crimes III



editor: Antaios Chrysostomidis
author: Syllogiko ergo, Andreas Apostolidis, Vasilis Vasilikos, Sergios Gkakas, Nikos Gripiotis, Titina Danelli, Vasilis Danellis, Athina Kakoyri, Ieronymos Lykaris, Petros Markaris, Petros Martinidis, Teykros Michailidis, Alexis Stamatis, Filippos Filippoy

Kastaniotis, 2009
471 p.
ISBN 978-960-03-4942-9, [In Print]
Price € 21,20

A medical practitioner of renown is found murdered by... an iron rooster. The mystery is solved by Athina Kakouri. Petros Martinides writes about a journalist who finds himself implicated in a chain of blackmail that leads, alas!, to the divine. Vassilis Vassilikos takes us back to the time of the dictatorship, where everything was overshadowed by fear and unprovoked violence. Andreas Apostolides writes about a helicopter, a rope ladder, an escape and a complex network of small and large crimes. Titina Danelli refers to the tragic repercussions of a love story with three women and a man as protagonists. Filippos Filippou describes an unrecognizable Athens that blames its sorry state on migrants. Nikos Gripiotis convinces us that yuppies also murder. Petros Markaris takes a plunge into the world of publishing by trying to shed light on the murder of an Immortal. Vassilis Danellis moves around in an Athens which is on fire-literally and metaphorically ablaze in confusion. The heroes of Alexis Stamatis are a homeless man and a blonde foreign beauty who wants to star in a television show that will be a true mirror of social reality. In a majestic beach in Chios, a corpse wearing a t-shirt with an ecological motto, will reveal, with the help of Tefkros Michaelides, secrets which everyone knows. A bullet straying from a policeman’s gun and killing a young gypsy will provide Hieronymus Lykaris with the occasion to comment on the abuse of power, no matter from which quarters it originates. Finally, Sergios Gakas uses an elderly and sick protagonist with leftist tendencies, to ponder the question of how easy it might be for anyone of us to become a murderer. (Editor: Antaios Chrysostomides).

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