The Greeks Have a Word For It by Barry Unsworth.


A thoroughly unpleasant cast of characters wallowing around in the very
appealing setting of Athens. Two of them are only pleasing when they
speak of visits just outside the city; only for the beauty around them
do they suspend their venal natures. But oddly enough, I was never
tempted to put the book aside. Without appearing to work too hard at
it, the author puts you in the city.

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