<p><b>A compelling historical crime novel set in the Greek diaspora of 1950s London – that's inspired by a true story – <i>The Unspeakable Acts of Zina Pavlou</i> is perfect for fans of Sara Collins, Eve Chase and Jessie Burton.</b></p><p><b>They say she's killed. They say she's guilty. She says nothing.</b></p><p><b>London, 1954.</b> Eva Georgiou has just returned from her shift at the glamorous Café de Paris, when she's summoned to her second job: Greek interpreter for the Metropolitan Police. There, she is tasked with representing Zina Pavlou, a Cypriot woman who has been accused of the brutal murder of her daughter-in-law who has been bludgeoned, strangled and then set alight.</p><p>As Eva works on the case as Zina's translator, her concern grows that the case may be more complicated than it seems. Then Zina drops a bombshell: she's been accused of murder once before, years ago in Cyprus.</p><p>While Eva's obsession with the case deepens, so does her bond with Zina. And soon she will discover that when you lend your voice to an accused murderer, it comes at a devastating cost.</p><p><b>'An absorbing tale of race and class, discrimination and prejudice... It will be a long time before I can get Zina Pavlou out of my head.' Sam Baker, author of <i>The Shift</i></b></p>
<p>Inspired by a true story, <i>The Unspeakable Acts of Zina Pavlou</i> is a historical crime novel set in the Greek diaspora of 1950s London about a woman accused of murder and the translator working on her trial.</p>
'An absorbing tale of race and class, discrimination and prejudice... It will be a long time before I can get Zina Pavlou out of my head'
Sam Baker, author of The Shift
<p>The author is the daughter of Greek Cypriot immigrants. She lives in London.</p>
<p>Inspired by the true story of Styllou Christofi, the penultimate woman to be executed in Britain.</p>
<p>A gripping historical crime novel that is as dark and shocking as it is touching and emotional.</p>
<p>MARKET: Sara Collins; Eve Chase; Jessie Burton; Emma Flint; Leila Slimani.</p>