If you are looking for well written police procedurals, I’d suggest Jeffrey Siger’s Chief Inspector Andreas Kaldis series.
In Siger’s Assassins of Athens, someone murders the son of a wealthy Greek outsider. The killers do the brutal murder in such a way as to smear the family.
Kaldis and his team investigate the murder. They enlist colleagues from elsewhere, and in so doing, find a complex scheme that goes to the heart of Greek’s elitist society.
Along the way, Kaldis finds a special (very different) woman to love.
Assassins of Athens is not a “who done it.” It is a “how did they do it?”
In one way, I knew who did it, but I had to follow the procedure as it unfolded, the relationships of groups who hated one other and the link between them.
Assassins of Athens is a well-plotted book with a bonus--an action-filled closing.
I always feel a special rush when I run across excellent police procedurals like Assassins of Athens.