Review of ‘The Greeks of Beaubien Street’

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Jill Zanos is a Detroit homicide detective with one foot in the traditional Greek community of the Motor City’s Greektown and the other in some of the city’s most devastated neighborhoods. While she’s investigating a brutal murder, a young woman found shot and physically assaulted, she has to deal with some of her family’s deadly secrets.

The Greeks of Beaubien Street by Suzanne Jenkins follows along with Jill as she’s whipsawed between a murder case that has some bizarre twists and family secrets that lead to a death in the family. Jenkins digs deep into family histories, exposing the good and the bad as she puts her characters through their paces.

Don’t pick this book up if you have anything important or time-sensitive to do, because I promise you, you’ll not put it down. I give this four stars.


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