Book: The Greeks of Beaubien Street - Greekown Stories Book #1 by Suzanne Jenkinscategories: Book, Crime, Detective, Murder, Mayhem, Detroit, Homicide, Family History
Suzanne Jenkinsabout this book: Growing up in Greektown, Jill Zannos recognized at an early age that hers was not the charmed life of the other little Greek girls in Detroit. Although loved by her father and grandmother, other influences would shape her into a focused and driven young woman, eventually leaving the safety of the apartment above her father’s grocery store to fight crime in the mean streets of Detroit.
Detective Zannos and her partner, Albert Wong investigate a murder than only the coldest cops would walk away from unscathed, at the same time keeping a foot in the traditions that would keep them grounded.
The Greeks of Beaubien Street exposes a side of life in Greektown most would prefer be kept undercover.
• "Jenkins does an amazing job describing the culture, area, and characters that convince the readers they could drive to the streets and buildings referenced throughout the story and knock on a door only to find Jill's beloved father, Gus, greeting them with a warm sandwich to replenish them after their long drive. I believe anyone reading this book will come away with a sense of the Detroit area that includes local pride, history, and depth." — David Ramsey, Amazon Reviewer
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