An Evil Most Men Welcome, by Leta Serafim

An Evil Most Men Welcome, Leta Serafim, Inspector Patronas, Mystery, Greece, Murder
Paperback: $15.95
ISBN: 978-1-60381-379-2
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An Evil Most Men Welcome, by Leta Serafim

A local man is found murdered in a cave on the Greek island of Spetses. Initially, the police suspect he was murdered by his foreign wife, a desperately unhappy American woman named Hope Erikson. Howeverm, nothing is as it seems. Not the victim, nor his family, and especially not, the dark secret they have all sought to conceal.

An Evil Most Men Welcome is the fourth Inspector Patronas Mystery series.

“Serafim’s gripping fourth Greek Islands mystery (after 2017’s From the Devil’s Farm) finds Melissa Costas, the chief police officer on the island of Spetses, facing her first murder investigation… Serafim’s firm grip on contemporary Greek culture enriches her characterization and lends veracity. Readers will hope to return to the islands soon.” — Publisher’s Weekly

Leta Serafim was a journalist at the Los Angeles Times Washington Bureau before moving to Greece, where she taught art and illustrated books. Upon her return to the United States, she wrote feature stories for the Boston Globe before trying her hand at fiction. She continues to spend her summers in Greece.

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