A Parthenon in Pefki

A Parthenon in Pefki

More Adventures of an Anglo-Greek Marriage

Peter Barber

Parthenon series, Book 2

After perfecting their new apartment (complete with mini Parthenon) in a cosmopolitan suburb of Athens, Englishman Peter and his Greek wife Alexandra check out life in an authentic fishing village on a Greek island. They instantly fall in love with Pefki and plan to build a house there.

But all is not as it seems. As Peter and his feisty wife delve below the surface, they discover the sleepy village is hiding a wealth of secrets. Unperturbed, they embrace the fascinating village culture with unexpected and hilarious results.

What could possibly go wrong in paradise?

The Parthenon series by Peter Barber. Click a book to see it on Amazon.

Book Themes

Humour, Property, Travel, Greece, Marriage, Humour.

The Parthenon series

A Parthenon on our Roof: Adventures of an Anglo-Greek marriage

A Parthenon in Pefki: More Adventures of an Anglo-Greek marriage

Who is Peter Barber?

Peter Barber was born in Watford, in the UK, and flits between Bedfordshire and Athens with his Greek wife. He spends as much time as possible in Greece messing about in boats, enjoying both the weather and the company, but mostly the food and wine.


Having nothing to do on a Greek island is time-consuming. When not trying to sink his boat and amusing the locals, Peter writes books.


The Parthenon series is a trilogy based on Greek life.

Connect with Peter Barber

Email: peterbarberbooks@gmail.com

Website: https://peterbarberwriter.com/

Facebook: www.facebook.com/peter.barber.771/

Twitter: www.twitter.com/greekwriting

Writing About Greece

Join the Facebook community, Writing about Greece, a group founded by Peter Barber and his wife, Alex, dedicated to Greece and people who love Greece.

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