I like the way this author writes. It's obvious she has lived in Greece and very closely with the local people. This is more a Poirot genre, as opposed to the darker side of life genre that I also enjoy. The many many different genres I enjoy, I should say. It all depends on the moment, the mood, the weather.
For this author I feel no urge to rush to read the next book but I would definitely look for it on the e-library system or buy if the price was right and have it there on my virtual shelves for when I was in the mood for lighter reading.
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I like the way this author writesReviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 April 2015
Very entertaining and informativeReviewed in the United Kingdom on 1 January 2019
I have read most of The “Fat Man” books. I like all the details and information given about Greek rural life and of course mythical characters and more. I find the books very entertaining and informative (even though far fetched) . Would recoomend this specially to those interested in Greek culture and traditions.
Mrs. T. SALMON
These books just get better and betterReviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 September 2011
Have read all the books and they just get better and better, and the more I read the more I am sure Hermes is some messenger from the gods, so many things are strange, like those around him age , he does not, the punishment always fits the crime. There is also the earthly aspect of the well drawn greek characters. I love Hermes and his white tennis shoes(were they made by Nike, I wonder) I love the way Greece is described in real terms , not glossy travel broucher speak. In fact I am hoping there is another on the way. Thank you Ms Zouroudi for such an intelligent , charming and colouful character.
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Got better as the book progressedReviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 October 2011
I was very disappointed at first with Anne Zouridi's latest offering of Hermes Diaktorous, but it got better as the story went on. It was more difficult to follow than her previous tales, although he is always a figure shrouded in myth, but it was lovely to see another book in the series. Calm, gentle and a great holiday read I would recommend her books.
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The well dressed detective wearing white tennis shoesReviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 March 2016
Another good book in the Hermes Diaktoros Greek detective series. The plot is typical zouroudi who seems to work around the plot and hold the reader in suspense until the final chapter.it includes elements of the normal, the abnormal & some which are completely left field. Overall a really good read.