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Ok, the title was a catch. Because what you are going to find here are some of the books by the person who maintains this blog. And who knows, maybe you'll want to read some of them while you're… You have them on paper and also as an ebook. Some of them went through editorials to use but …

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The mothers, by Carmen Mola

The mothers, by Carmen Mola

The moment of the final verdict arrives for Carmen Mola. Will she follow the path of success or will her followers abandon her once her three-headedness is already discovered? Or…, on the contrary, will all the noise created by the origin or not of the three authors behind the pseudonym in…

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All Summers End, by Beñat Miranda

all summers end

Ireland entrusts its summer to a Gulf Stream capable of reaching those British latitudes, like a strange marine spectrum, with much more pleasant temperatures than any other region in the area. But make no mistake, that Irish summer also has its dark side among the inexhaustible greenery of …

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The flame of Phocaea, of Lorenzo Silva

The flame of Phocaea, of Lorenzo Silva

There comes a time when the writer's creativity is unleashed. to the good of Lorenzo Silva gives him the opportunity to present novelties of historical fiction, essays, crime novels and other memorable collaborative works such as his latest four-handed novels with Noemi Trujillo. But he never hurts to recover...

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3 best Asa Larsson books

Asa Larsson Books

What has to do with creating a good school is that in the end there are advantageous students. In the inexhaustible Nordic quarry of the black genre, Asa Larsson is one of those promises of a decade ago that remains established among the best sellers of this genre with such a marked designation of origin. It …

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Top 3 Ewan McGregor Movies

Ewan McGregor movies

Behind the great figures of cinema there is a second line full of actors and actresses eager to get into action to snatch handfuls of cinematographic glory from the Pitt, Deep, DiCaprio and company. Ewan McGregor is one of those solid, solid actors. An interpreter capable of…

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Soap and Water, by Marta D. Riezu

Soap and water, Marta D. Riezu

Sophistication in search of excellence in fashion. That degree of elegance that seeks to raise some kind of altar rather than stand out, can cause the opposite effect. One day he may even go out into the street naked like that emperor in the story, thinking that he is leaving...

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The 3 best books by María Oruña

With the writer María Oruña, the current podium of black novel authors in Spain is formed, an honorary space that she shares with Dolores Redondo and Eva García Sáez. It is not that I mean that we do not find more writers who cultivate this genre with similar gifts, but without a doubt these ...

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Top 3 Andrei Kurkov Books

Books by Andrey Kurkov

It is always good to enter surrealism turned into a novel with a certain cadence. In the surreal there is room for the allegorical, the metaphorical and even the fabulous if it touches. And it is true that Kurkov knows it very well. This Ukrainian writer explores all the possibilities of this dreamlike grotesque, to call it in some way. …

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The 3 best books of Santiago Gamboa

Books by Santiago Gamboa

Delving into the work of Santiago Gamboa always offers a sociological vision of the first order. The point is that Gamboa is fictional, of course, but that unexpected essay background is intelligently provided to us through characters, ways of seeing the social context, descriptions sprinkled with that notion...

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The site, by Luis Montero Manglano

The site, by Luis Montero

Who said the adventure genre was dead? It was just a matter of an author like Luis Montero approaching it with his particular touch of suspense so that we could all rethink that there is little left to discover in this world and what to venture towards. There are always …

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Prometheus, by Luis García Montero

Prometheus, Luis Garcia Montero

Jesus Christ overcame the most irresistible temptations of the devil to save humanity. Prometheus did the same, also assuming the punishment that would come later. The abnegation made myth and legend. The hope that we can truly find at some point with that form of heroism learned so many times and that...

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