German Fantasy, by Philippe Claudel

German Fantasy, Philippe Claudel

The war intrastories make up the most noir scenario possible, the one that awakens aromas of survival, cruelty, alienation and a remote hope. Claudel composes this mosaic of stories with a diversity of focuses depending on the proximity or distance with which each narration is sighted. The short narrative has that great…

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Looking for Trouble, by Walter Mosley

Novel looking for trouble Mosley

For problems that are not. Even more so when one belongs to the underworld for the mere fact of being. The disinherited suffer in the first instance the lashes of power to preserve the status quo. Defending these types of people is becoming devil's advocate. But is that Mosley ...

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No one on this earth, by Victor del Arbol

No one on this earth, by Victor del Arbol

The Víctor del Árbol stamp takes on its own entity thanks to a narrative that crosses the noir genre to achieve greater relevance towards the most unexpected extremes. Because the tortured souls that inhabit the plots of this author bring us closer to life events as if devastated by circumstances. Characters …

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Waiting for the flood Dolores Redondo

Waiting for the flood Dolores Redondo

From the humid mists of Baztán to Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Small or large storms that seem to bring, among their black clouds, another type of electrical magnetism of evil. The rain is sensed in its dead calm, the great storms are rising like winds that first whisper...

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Decent People, by Leonardo Padura

Decent people, Leonardo Padura

More than 20 years have passed since the first disillusioned Mario Conde in the world that was presented to us in «Past Perfect». This is the good thing about paper heroes, they can always rise from their ashes to the delight of those of us who let ourselves be carried away by their paths more or less...

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The 3 best books by Andrea Camilleri

writer Andrea Camilleri

The Italian teacher Andrea Camilleri was one of those authors who filled thousands of pages thanks to the support of his readers around the world. It began to emerge in the 90s, a fact that demonstrates perseverance and vocational writing as the foundation for its vital longevity extended to ...

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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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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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David Lagercrantz's Top 3 Books

David Lagercrantz Books

The strange case of the writer given over to the cause of the immortality of someone else's work. Something like this could be pointed out for a David Lagercrantz whose main task is to continue the Millennium saga with the same levels of splendor. A series of criminal novels whose characters are already part of the ...

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3 best books of Lorenzo Silva

Books of Lorenzo Silva

One of the most popular writers lately on the Spanish literary scene is Lorenzo Silva. In recent years, this author has been publishing books of a very different nature, from historical novels such as They will remember your name to documentaries such as Blood sweat and peace. Not forgetting its regular ...

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