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Stratos Gazis hates being called a contract killer. What he is, is a conscientious fixer. He fixes problems that are only mentioned in whispers. That very few can fix. Things that people are willing to pay handsomely to get done. But now, in the midst of the Greek economic crisis and political turmoil, during a melancholy winter which makes life in Athens even more unbearable than usual, this assassin with the strict moral code is about to get involved in the most high-profile case of his career. Helped by three childhood friends, he discovers that truth is, as ever, a relative thing.
|Series||The first in the Stratos Gavis series|
|LC Classifications||PA5622.O946 H5413 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||254|
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Athenian Blues is not poorly Athenian blues book, but the storyline left me cold. It revolves around a professional hitman with a heart of gold--evidently a popular genre.
In this book, he becomes involved with an actress seeking to have her husband killed before he kills her. Published in Greek inAthenian Blues is certainly consonant with today's news.4/5(40). Athenian Blues is his first novel to be translated into English.
Baby Blue, the sequel to Athenian Blues, is expected to be published by Bitter Lemon Press in The Amazon Book Review Book recommendations, author interviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to /5(12).
Athenian Blues (Stratos Gazis Series Book 1) - Kindle edition by Koutsakis, Pol. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Athenian Blues (Stratos Gazis Series Book 1)/5(12).
Get this from a library. Athenian blues. [Polychronēs Koutsakēs] -- Stratos Gazis hates being called a contract killer. What he is, is a conscientious fixer. He fixes problems that are only mentioned in whispers. That very few can fix.
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Sometimes the stars align and you find a real gem of a book. That’s how I felt about Athenian Blues. In this tale set in Greece, we meet Stratos Gazis, who likes to refer to himself as a caretaker. He can’t stand to be called a hitman. In his mind, he is providing justice for both his victims and his clients.
ATHENIAN BLUES. by Pol Koutsakis. BUY NOW FROM. AMAZON GET WEEKLY BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Email Address Subscribe. Tweet. KIRKUS REVIEW. An unlikely Athens “caretaker” meets his match when both members of an estranged couple seek his help in a domestic dispute that turns homicidal.
Each week, our editors select the one author and one book Author: Pol Koutsakis. Athenian Blues Pol Koutsakis, trans. from the Greek by the author. Bitter Lemon, $ trade paper (p) ISBN Buy this book Koutsakis makes his English-language debut with an.
Athenian Blues is his first novel to be translated into English. Baby Blue, the sequel to Athenian Blues, is expected to be published by Bitter Lemon Press in Admirers of Lawrence Block's "Hit Man" series may also want to try this book about a killer with a : Bitter Lemon Press, Ltd.
Athenian Blues - Pol Koutsakis - The first in the Stratos Gazis mystery series and the first time this Greek novelist is available in English. Stratos hat. Athenian Blues (Book): Koutsakēs, Polychronēs: Stratos Gazis hates being called a contract killer. What he is, is a conscientious fixer.
He fixes problems that are only mentioned in whispers. That very few can fix. Things that people are willing to pay handsomely to get done. But now, in the midst of the Greek economic crisis and political turmoil, during a melancholy winter which makes.
Narrated by Stratos Gazis, an ‘ethical’ contract killer and man of few words whose closest friends are a homicide detective and a transgender sex-worker, Athenian Blues is a contemporary crime novel that also owes a stylistic debt to the noir films of s Hollywood. Sharp dialogue and a textured story leading to an unexpectedly dark.
Stratos hates being called a hitman. He takes care of problems. Permanently. Problems that people pay handsomely to have solved. His clients don't want to know the details, but Stratos is conscientious.
He will only take on a job if his research shows that the targets deserve their the midst. Athenian Blues is not written as a comedy, but the absurdity of circumstances that pile up along with the bodies and course reversals is funny. A great little book that couldn’t have been written by anyone else but Greece’s most famous playwright.
Manhattan Book Reviews: Sometimes the stars align and you find a real gem of a book. The blurb on the front of the book says it all: A contract killer, a detective, and a transgender sex worker: an unlikely team fighting crime and corruption in contemporary Athens.
Athenian Blues by Pol Koutsakis is kind of a buddy story – three good friends, solving a murder. One, Drag, is a cop – a brusque homicide detective who is a bit. Pol Koutsakis has 15 books on Goodreads with ratings. Pol Koutsakis’s most popular book is Something Borrowed (Darcy & Rachel, #1).
Athenian Blues Stratos Gazis by Pol Koutsakis. ebook. Kindle Book OverDrive Read KB; Adobe EPUB eBook KB; Pol Koutsakis (Author) Pol Koutsakis was born in in Chania, Crete, Greece.
He is a playwright, novelist, and screenwriter. In he. Athenian Blues by Pol Koutsakis A wonderfully convoluted thriller with a flamboyant cast revolving around Stratos: who is definitely NOT a hitman, in his own eyes at least, This book is for all lovers of noir fiction, but also provides an extremely interesting take on life in modern Greece.
In the Neos Kosmos district of Athens, close to Temple of Olympion Zeus, Athenian Blue has a terrace, free WiFi and a washing machine. With city views, this property has a patio. The air-conditioned apartment consists of 3 separate bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with a. Baby Blue, the sequel to Athenian Blues, is expected to be published by Bitter Lemon Press in Reviews for Athenian Blues: Stratos Gazis #1 This is a tasty gulp-down thriller where there are more plot-twists than courses in a hot and spicy Greek meze.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.Athenian Blues is the first novel in the Stratos Gazis crime series by Perth-based Greek screenwriter, novelist and playwright Pol Koutsakis.
Stratos Gazis is a self-described ‘undertaker’ or fixer, a hitman whose moral compass points him toward ending the lives of those he feels truly deserve it.He won the National award for best Greek play in by the Greek Ministry of Culture, and the National award for second best Greek play in Athenian Blues is his first novel to be translated into English.
Baby Blue, the sequel to Athenian Blues, is expected to be published by Bitter Lemon Press in /5(1).