The Greek detective knows not only the most delicious and traditional wines and food, but he knows how to psychologically address human vices. Most of the villains are given justice, not from the law but rather the Fates working on their natural flaws. The depictions of Grrek life are vivid. There's a great deal of irony in all that happens. A minor detail involves a fisherman who is given the opportunity to farm; even with the perks could a true lover of his boat, solitude, and fishing be happy on land?