In Four Greek Murders, Alexis Panselinos tackles the subject of terrorism, without making generalised accusations or getting moralistic about the apportionment of political and ideological blame.
This collection of short stories offers sketches of a series of people who might, for some reason and in a given situation, choose the path of armed action. A wide range of human types and social groups is convincingly portrayed.
Terrorism here is something that remains in the background of the protagonists’ existence – it is like a backdrop to a life that in all other respects is devoted to routine.
The action is artfully directed, the atmosphere is evocative, and the style is both pithy and plain, with never a superfluous note.
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