THE ART OF FEAR AND OTHER STORIES
“I am as familiar with computers and tele-conferences, as the people of the Sahara desert are with swimming” is the thought that crosses officer Charitos’ mind, when he’s called to solve a murder case, from home. How has this pandemic affected all of us collectively but also separately? In this short story collection, Petros Markaris explores the consequences of the pandemic. He does so however, by reminding us that prior to the pandemic, we did have moments of fear, loneliness and laughter, much like today.