"...Jeffrey Siger's thoughtful police procedurals set
in picturesque but not untroubled Greek locales."
—Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times
From the 2016 Barry Award Nominated Author for Best Novel (Devil of Delphi)
"International-crime fans need to be reading this consistently strong series."
"A novel that's both a rock-solid mystery and comments incisively about so many issues besetting Europe and the world today."
Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis is back in battle in Santorini Caesars with his eighth mystery-thriller in this award recognized, international best selling series. As described by Kirkus Reviews, "When the black-sheep daughter of a high-ranking Greek military officer is brutally murdered, the motive is murky and the array of suspects immense... Andreas Kaldis is called to the beautiful Cycladic island of Santorini to investigate...The case resonates with...possible political dimensions...and unfortunately, all roads seem to lead to the imperious prime minister."