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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Everything burns, by Juan Gómez-Jurado

novel Everything burns Gómez Jurado

Bringing us closer to spontaneous combustion with a heat made heat wave before time, this "Everything burns" by Juan Gómez-Jurado comes to suffocate our brains even more with one of its multi-sided plots. Because what this author does is to confer shared protagonism to his plots. Nothing better for this...

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The Plot by Jean Hanff Korelitz

The Plot by Korelitz

A robbery within a robbery. In other words, I do not want to say that Jean Hanff Korelitz has stolen from Joel Dicker part of his narrative essence from that Harry Quebert who precisely also stole our hearts. But the thematic coincidence has that nice point of coincidence between reality...

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The Alaska Sanders Affair by Joel Dicker

The Alaska Sanders Affair by Joel Dicker

Little remains to be able to immerse ourselves in the new Joel Dicker. And when that happens I'll stop by to give an account of what I've read. From the outset, The Alaska Sanders Affair is presented to us as a sequel. But we already know how Dicker spends them recreating new stories…

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Panic by James Ellroy

Panic by James Ellroy

Posts to tackle a biography or at least a semblance of the passage through the world of the character in turn, better to entrust the matter to a novelist than to a renowned biographer. And no one better than James Ellroy to transcribe those snippets of life between some lights and many shadows… About…

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The Baby, by Pablo Rivero

The Baby, by Pablo Rivero

The issue of social networks and their abysses fictionalized from a fresh perspective. Because not everything can be abysses around social networks. In fact, I would like to have seen this current world of ours confined without a bad whatsapp with which to chat in a group or a …

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The Smell of Crime by Katarzyna Bonda

Novel The scent of crime

In Poland with evocations of a noir heir to hot wars or as a cold dish in the prelude to and coming out of the Second World War, a voice like that of Katarzyna Bonda (comparable to our Dolores Redondo), breaks out intense. A disconcerting intensity of those who dare to link…

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We start at the end, by Chris Whitaker

Novel We start at the end

Sometimes the black genre takes on a meaning that borders on the existential. Cases like that of Víctor del Arbol, capable of the most abysmal depth from the introspection of his characters. Something similar happens with this author, a Chris Whitacker who arrives with another point of undoubted connection with…

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