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Death on Delos

Death on Delos by Gary Corby
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Jul 11, 2017 | 352 Pages
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Praise for Death on Delos

“Excellent. Once again, Corby combines an ingenious whodunit with convincing period detail. This humorous and educational ancient historical series gets better and better with each entry.​” 
Publishers Weekly, Starred Review 

“Refreshingly original…There’s so much to admire here: Corby seamlessly works in Greek myths and history; the details of everyday life, like rituals, coins, and food, are part of the fabric of the mystery; and Nicolaos and Diotima’s witty, sexy relationship seems like a BCE version of Nick and Nora Charles. Another outstanding entry in a consistently excellent series.”
Booklist, Starred Review

“In his brisk seventh mystery set in the world of ancient Greece, Corby highlights the crackling chemistry between the two leads and provides another helpful, amusing list of characters that includes a description of and a quotation from each of them.”
—Kirkus Reviews

“​The amalgamation of energetic action, amusing characters, and fascinating story lines based on accessible and absorbing historical facts will delight new and old fans alike. Readers who enjoy the ancient world detective series by Lindsey Davis or Steven Saylor may also appreciate this title.​” 
—Library Journal ​

​”All sorts of skullduggery take place . . . ​Gary Corby has the knack of combining history, humor, and untimely death in a way that’s so entertaining readers may never realize that they’re learning something. Death on Delos tells a fast-moving story involving the Nick and Nora Charles of ancient Athens.​”
—Kittling Books ​

Praise for Gary Corby

“Corby blends the history lesson so well into the story that you won’t even need a spoonful of sugar.”
San Jose Mercury News

“Mysteries that combine funny characters and intriguing crimes with accurate history . . . Will keep readers laughing.”
—Shelf Awareness

“A fast-paced, enjoyable murder mystery that will make readers laugh and think in equal measure.”
The Sydney Morning Herald


“Corby has not only made Greek history accessible—he’s made it first-rate entertainment.”
—Kelli Stanley, award-winning author of City of Dragons

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