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Kouros smiled. ’ Both laughed. ’ It was Dimitri shouting to them from his open front door. That guy doesn’t miss a thing, thought Andreas. ‘Thanks Dimitri, but—’ ‘You haven’t eaten yet, have you? ’ Andreas looked at Kouros, shook his head, and smiled. ’ They followed Dimitri into the restaurant and out onto the balcony. It was packed with tourists staring off into a pink, blue, and silver sunset. ’ He waited until they sat, then hurried back inside. Kouros whispered, ‘Can’t be too careful around that guy.
Perhaps this asshole actually had an open mind. Maybe he ought to try mending fences. ‘I’d like to speak with the abbot. ’ Andreas didn’t need his help to make the appointment, but he wanted the captain to feel that he did. It was always better to have the head of police on a small island inside your tent pissing out, rather than outside pissing in. The captain walked over to his desk, picked up the phone, pressed a speed dial button, and after a hushed, thirty-second conversation, hung up. ’ The captain extended his right hand.
Andreas spun his hand in the air and pointed to his ear. Listening devices were not unusual in police stations trying to catch suspects talking among themselves. Kouros nodded. ’ Andreas rolled his eyes. He’d grown used to that sense of humor. They’d been together since Andreas was chief of police on Mykonos and Kouros was a brash young rookie. Kouros laughed. About a minute later the door burst open and a middle-aged man about Andreas’ height, but with a noticeable potbelly, stormed into the room.
An Aegean Prophecy. Jeffrey Siger (Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis Mystery) by Jeffrey Siger