In “Crime in Corfu” we get to know a fabulous detective and, step by step, follow his investigation. The story has a dead body, significant thefts, passionate sex, romance and good food…
A treasure hunt starts in Corfu, takes us to nearby Italy and on trips to hot Qatar and cold Moscow.
In January 2012 three important paintings, among them a Picasso, are stolen from the National Gallery of Athens, in Greece. For Police Chief, Giorgos Markopoulos, the finding of these paintings has become an obsession.
The unexpected murder of a young Swiss girl during an Easter Sunday party at a mansion on the island of Corfu, gives this intelligent police chief the long-awaited opportunity to start an investigation that will lead him into an illicit world of corruption and fraud in Greece and beyond.
“The bastard! He’s got the Miro!” shouted Markopoulos, hitting the desk with the flat of his hand so hard that the papers fell off and scattered all over the floor. Dimas was staggered. He had never seen the boss so angry.