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Andreas smiled. ’ ‘No idea, but I’m pretty sure he was coming from, not returning to, the monastery. His body was found in the square by the entrance to the lane we took coming here. If he’d been walking through the square he’d have seen whoever was waiting for him. And even an old monk would have put up a struggle for his life. That would have left marks on his body. ’ Andreas nodded. ’ He drummed his fingers on the table. ‘Was he giving or receiving? ’ He shook his head. ’ Dimitri put two cups, a coffee pot, sugar, and milk on the table.
It was Kouros pointing up the hill toward a monastery. It dominated the hilltop. ‘That’s the Monastery of Saint John the Divine. It controls the island. What the monastery wants, it gets. What it doesn’t want, doesn’t happen,’ said the driver. Andreas looked up, wondering not for the first time, why me? Yes, theoretically his unit had jurisdiction over any crime in Greece considered serious enough to warrant special attention, a unique and feared position in a politically sensitive department, but for practical purposes there was no way he could keep up with all the serious, big-time crime threatening Athens, let alone the rest of Greece.
He shook his head. ’ Dimitri put two cups, a coffee pot, sugar, and milk on the table. A boy behind him set down plates of cakes and cookies. ’ Andreas looked at Kouros. Kouros winked. ‘So, Dimitri,’ said Andreas. ’ Andreas doubted Dimitri’s views were shared by everyone; certainly not by the monks, but he was entertaining and obviously knew far more than any outsider about what went on inside the monastery. Dimitri had grown up within the literal shadow of its walls, had family who rose to prominence in the monastery’s hierarchy, operated his business for years within steps of its main - and he claimed only - entrance, and fought almost daily with monks and the abbot over what he considered their unfair interference with his business.