After Jeffrey Siger’s first Inspector Andreas Kaldis novel, Murder in Mykonos, was published in 2008 it quickly became Greece’s #1 bestselling English- language book. For over thirty-five years Greece had played a pivotal role in Siger’s life.
Jeffrey Siger talked with Rachael Wright about his novels and his love for Greece.
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4 thoughts on “Jeffrey Siger”
Murder in Mykonos sounds like a great read. I’ll have to pick it up. Thanks for that.
Will definitely be in for reading this – right up my alley!
Reblogged this on Grant Leishman – Author.
Nice, thank you for your recommendation
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