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Los cuerpos extraños
Author: Lorenzo Silva
Publisher: Grupo Planeta Spain
ISBN: 8423348342
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Year: 2014-06-03
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Mientras pasa el fin de semana en familia, el brigada Bevilacqua recibe el aviso de que el cadáver de la alcaldesa de una localidad levantina, cuya desaparición había sido previamente denunciada por el marido, ha sido hallado por unos turistas en la playa. Para cuando Bevilacqua y su equipo llegan y se hacen cargo de la investigación, el juez ya ha levantado el cadáver, las primeras disposiciones están tomadas y se está preparando el funeral. El lugar es un avispero en el que se desatan todo tipo de rumores sobre la víctima, una joven promesa que venía a romper con los modos y corruptelas de los viejos mandarines del partido y que apostaba por renovar el modo de hacer política. Además, el descubrimiento de su agitada vida sexual, que puede calificarse de todo menos insípida, arroja sobre el caso una luz perturbadora. Pero no hay mucho tiempo para indagar y en esta ocasión Bevilacqua y Chamorro deben apresurar una hipótesis en un fuego de intereses cruzados, en el que la causa de la joven política es también la causa de la integridad personal, de la que el país entero parece haberse apeado.
Serie Bevilacqua y Chamorro (Pack) (Edición de 2018)
Author: Lorenzo Silva
Publisher: Ediciones Destino
ISBN: 8423354164
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Year: 2018-05-24
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Disfruta de la serie completa de novela negra española más famosa. Los 10 títulos de la serie Bevilacqua y Chamorro, reunidos ya en uno, en formato eBook, y a un precio incomparable. Comprende los títulos: El lejano país de los estanques El alquimista impaciente La niebla y la doncella Nadie vale más que otro La reina sin espejo La estrategia del agua La marca del meridiano Los cuerpos extraños Donde los escorpiones Tantos lobos
The Faint-Hearted Bolshevik
Author: Lorenzo Silva, Nick Caistor, Isabelle Kaufeler
Publisher:
ISBN: 8494094823
Pages: 154
Year: 2013
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Short-listed for one of the most prestigious literary awards in Spain before being made into a successful film, The Faint-hearted Bolshevik has, over the fifteen years since its first edition, become an undisputed classic of contemporary Spanish literature. One morning in a traffic jam on his way to work, a driver is distracted and slams into the car in front. When the woman driving the other car reacts with a torrent of abuse out of all proportion to the incident, the driver cracks and decides to teach her a lesson, by dedicating his whole summer to ruining this foul woman's life. But his plans for revenge are thrown by the sudden appearance of Rosana, his intended victim's compelling teenage sister, and he finds himself and his base instincts severely tested ... Caught up in this impossible affair, the man's thoughts turn in moments of weakness to that famous photo of the last Tsar's daughters, as he tries to put himself in the place of the Bolshevik hired to kill the beautiful Grand Duchess Olga; a man who was surely, just like him, a victim of his own faint-heartedness. So, within a story somewhere between comedy, suspense and melodrama, Lorenzo Silva uses his main character to present a vicious critique of today's world of work, and the inner conflicts of a frustrated middle-aged man, which is at the same time a story of ill-fated love with an unexpected twist.
The Girl Who Kicked The Hornet's Nest
Author: Stieg Larsson
Publisher: Mizan - Qanita
ISBN:
Pages: 984
Year: 2014-10-01
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Salander & Blomkvist harus bekerja sama memadukan keahlian mereka, hacking dan investigasi, untuk mengungkap konspirasi dalam pemerintahan Swedia. [Mizan, Qanita, Terjemahan, Klasik, Indonesia]
The Whispering City: A Novel
Author: Sara Moliner
Publisher: Pegasus Books
ISBN: 1605988960
Pages: 416
Year: 2015-11-15
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Barcelona in 1952 is rife with rumor and violence, and every secret can be lethal, in this intricate, atmospheric, and utterly gripping new thriller Barcelona, 1952. General Franco's fascist government is at the height of its oppressive powers, casting a black shadow across the city. When wealthy socialite Mariona Sobrerroca is found dead in her mansion in the exclusive Tibidabo district, the police scramble to seize control of the investigation. Ana Martí Noguer, an eager young journalist, is surprised to be assigned this important story, shadowing Inspector Isidro Castro. But Ana soon realizes that a bundle of strange letters unearthed at the scene point to a sequence of events dramatically different from the official version. She enlists the help of her cousin Beatriz, a scholar, and what begins as an intriguing puzzle opens up a series of revelations that implicate the regime's most influential figures. The two women have placed themselves in mortal danger. As the conspiracy unfolds, Ana's courage and Beatriz's wits will be their only weapons against the city's corrupt and murderous elite.
Offering to the Storm (The Baztan Trilogy, Book 3)
Author: Dolores Redondo
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0008165556
Pages: 496
Year: 2017-08-24
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The final book in Dolores Redondo’s atmospheric Baztan trilogy, featuring Inspector Amaia Salazar. With masterful storytelling and a detective to rival Sarah Lund, this Spanish bestselling series has taken Europe by storm.
Seeking Whom He May Devour
Author: Fred Vargas
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 074328402X
Pages: 289
Year: 2006-11-07
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When the residents of a French Alpine village accuse a beardless local of being a werewolf and killing a sheep breeder, eccentric Commissaire Jean-Baptiste Adamsberg teams up with his ex-girlfriend, the victim's adopted son, and a shepherd to investigate clues linked to the village's history. Original. 17,500 first printing.
La metrópolis en la novela negra española actual
Author: Cristina Jiménez-Landi Crick
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
ISBN: 364390939X
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Year: 2017
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The Vineyard
Author: Maria Duenas
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501124552
Pages: 544
Year: 2017-10-03
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New York Times bestselling author Maria Dueñas returns with The Vineyard, a magnificent story “destined to become a classic” (Armando Lucas Correa, bestselling author of The German Girl) about ambition, heartbreak, and desire set in Mexico, Cuba, and Spain in the 1860s—perfect for fans of Kate Morton and Kristin Hannah. Mauro Larrea’s fortune, the result of years of hardship and toil, comes crashing down on the heels of a calamitous event. Drowning in debt and uncertainty, he gambles the last of his money on daring ploy that wins him a neglected house and a vineyard in Spain, an ocean away. He journeys to Jerez de la Frontera in Andalusia with every intention of selling the property and returning to Mexio—until Soledad Montalvo, the wife of a London wine merchant, bursts into his life, determined to regain the property which was her family’s legacy. With his plans derailed, Larrea glimpses an opportunity in the flourishing sherry trade and finds himself increasingly drawn to the rich, intoxicating culture of his new surroundings. As his feelings for Soledad ripen into a consuming passion, he vows to restore the vineyard to its former glory, setting the stage for a future he never could have imagined. Moving from the turbulent young Mexican republic to flourishing city of Havana, and onward to the fertile vineyards of Jerez as the wine trade with England is transforming the Andalusian city, María Dueñas’s new novel spans the New World and the Old. Her tale of family intrigue vividly conjures the noise and grit of silver mines, the sophistication of the Mexican capital, and the earthier lure of ancient vineyards and magnificent cities whose splendor has faded. Here is an “evocative, tender, and lush” (Diana Gabaldon, #1 New York Times bestselling author) story of courage in the face of adversity and of a destiny forever altered by the force of passion.
The Time In Between
Author: Maria Duenas
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451616899
Pages: 615
Year: 2012-07-10
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Poor seamstress Sira Quiroga forges a new identity during the Spanish Civil War and becomes the most sought-after couture designer in North Africa, where she is enlisted to pass coded information to the British Secret Service.
Violence and Victimhood in Hispanic Crime Fiction
Author: Shalisa M. Collins, Renee W. Craig-Odders, Marcie Paul
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786499087
Pages: 192
Year: 2018-07-09
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At the heart of crime fiction is an investigation into an act of violence. Studies of the genre have generally centered on the relationship between the criminal and the investigator. Focusing on contemporary crime fiction from the Spanish-speaking world, this collection of new essays explores the role of the victim. Contributors discuss how the definition of "victim," the nature of the crime, the identification of the body and its treatment by authorities reflect shifting social landscapes, changing demographics, economic crises and political corruption and instability.
The Master of the Prado
Author: Javier Sierra
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476776962
Pages: 320
Year: 2015-11-17
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"Author Javier Sierra embarks on a grand tour of the Prado museum in this historical novel that illuminates the fascinating mysteries behind some of the greatest paintings in the world--complete with gorgeous, full-color inserts of artwork by Raphael, Boticelli, and other masters"--
Like a Fading Shadow
Author: Antonio Muñoz Molina
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
ISBN: 0374714169
Pages: 320
Year: 2017-07-18
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A hypnotic novel intertwining the author’s past with James Earl Ray’s attempt to escape after shooting Martin Luther King Jr. The year is 1968 and James Earl Ray has just shot Martin Luther King Jr. For two months he evades authorities, driving to Canada, securing a fake passport, and flying to London, all while relishing the media’s confusion about his location and his image on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. Eventually he lands at the Hotel Portugal in Lisbon, where he anxiously awaits a visa to Angola. But the visa never comes, and for his last ten days of freedom, Ray walks around Lisbon, paying for his pleasures and rehearsing his fake identities. Using recently declassified FBI files, Antonio Muñoz Molina reconstructs Ray’s final steps through the Portuguese capital, taking us inside his feverish mind, troubled past, and infamous crime. But Lisbon is also the city that inspired Muñoz Molina’s first novel, A Winter in Lisbon, and as he returns now, thirty years later, it becomes the stage for and witness to three alternating stories: Ray in 1968 at the center of an international manhunt; a thirty-year-old Muñoz Molina in 1987 struggling to find his literary voice; and the author in the present, reflecting on his life and the form of the novel as an instrument for imagining the world through another person’s eyes. Part historical fiction, part fictional memoir, Like a Fading Shadow masterfully explores the borders between the imagined, the reported, and the experienced past in the construction of identity.
Thus Bad Begins
Author: Javier Marías
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 1101911913
Pages: 464
Year: 2017-11-14
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Madrid, 1980. Juan de Vere, nearly finished with his university degree, takes a job as personal assistant to Eduardo Muriel, an eccentric, once-successful film director. Urbane, discreet, irreproachable, Muriel is an irresistible idol to the young man. But Muriel's voluptuous wife, Beatriz, inhabits their home like an unwanted ghost; and on the periphery of their lives is Dr. Jorge Van Vechten, a family friend implicated in unsavory rumors that Muriel now asks Juan to investigate. As Juan draws closer to the truth, he uncovers only more questions. What is at the root of Muriel's hostility toward his wife? How did Beatriz meet Van Vechten? What happened during the war? Marías leads us deep into the intrigues of these characters, through a daring exploration of rancor, suspicion, loyalty, trust, and the infinitely permeable boundaries between the deceptions perpetrated on us by others and those we inflict upon ourselves.
Peter Pan Must Die (Dave Gurney, No. 4)
Author: John Verdon
Publisher: Crown
ISBN: 038534841X
Pages: 448
Year: 2014-07-01
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In John Verdon’s most sensationally twisty novel yet, ingenious puzzle solver Dave Gurney brings his analytical brilliance to a shocking murder that couldn’t have been committed the way the police say it was. The daunting task that confronts Gurney, once the NYPD’s top homicide cop: determining the guilt or innocence of a woman already convicted of shooting her charismatic politician husband -- who was felled by a rifle bullet to the brain while delivering the eulogy at his own mother’s funeral. Peeling back the layers, Gurney quickly finds himself waging a dangerous battle of wits with a thoroughly corrupt investigator, a disturbingly cordial mob boss, a gorgeous young temptress, and a bizarre assassin whose child-like appearance has earned him the nickname Peter Pan. Startling twists and turns occur in rapid-fire sequence, and soon Gurney is locked inside one of the darkest cases of his career – one in which multiple murders are merely the deceptive surface under which rests a scaffolding of pure evil. Beneath the tangle of poisonous lies, Gurney discovers that the truth is more shocking than anyone had imagined. And the identity of the villain at the mystery’s center turns out to be the biggest shock of all.

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