Title: Murder on Olympus
(Plato Jones #1)
Robert B. Warren
Length: 376 pages
Publisher: Dragonfairy Press
Rating: 5 stars
At first glance, the Gods of Olympus are as different from one another as salt is from sugar. Despite their bickering, they share a universal bond, a thread of commonality that unites them.
They’re all jerks.
After a stint with the Olympic Bureau of Investigation, Plato Jones is through with the Gods and their political games. Against his protests, he's drawn into a murder investigation, where the murderer's targets are the Gods themselves.
Plato has cracked some tough cases: exposing cheating spouses, capturing treasonous heretics, hunting three-headed dogs. But this time he’s in over his head. How can he solve a crime that’s impossible to commit? And what chance does Plato—a mere mortal—have against something powerful enough to kill a God? -Goodreads
This book is a perfect balance of humor, myth, and mystery.
All Plato Jones wants to do is catch a few cheating spouses, find a few wayward mythical beasts, and keep his conversations with his nosy ex-wife short and sweet. It seems however, that the Gods of Olympus, Zeus, in particular...have other ideas.
Robert B. Warren takes the mystery genre in new directions. Readers will love the gruff but loveable character of Plato Jones. He is the epitome of the "common man" who finds himself in the unenviable position of being sought after by Zeus to track down a "killer of the gods."
Wait...kill a god?
If the someone that he is after has what it takes to kill the immortal, what are his chances of even surviving this assignment?