In the fictional diary Soldier of Christ: The assassination of the former prime minister Costas Simitis, untranslated diary by ︎Dimitris Fyssas︎ what we read is for the most part the diary of a murderer.

︎ An orthodox religious zealot, considering himself an instrument of God, assassinated Costas Simitis, former Prime Minister of Greece. The killer was keeping a diary. Shortly after the murder, the author stole it and is now publishing it. The text is the psychograph of someone who believes in the one and only truth he has constructed and maintains in his head, a truth –– a single key that interprets everything.

︎ The cover of the publication

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