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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My Beloved Wife by Samantha Downing

My Beloved Wife by Samantha Downing

On many occasions, the first to be deceived in the most gruesome cases, as well as unsuspected, are the relatives of the murderer. And fiction has taken care on different occasions to make us get that notion of the inconceivable. To penetrate deeper, everything usually comes to us from the perspective …

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Purgatory, by Jon Sistiaga

Purgatory, by Jon Sistiaga

It is very likely that the worst is not hell and that heaven is not so bad. When in doubt, purgatory may even have a bit of everything for those who do not end up deciding. Something of impossible desires or obsessive fears; of skinless passions...

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3 best books by Camilla Läckberg

Camilla Lackberg Books

The Nordic crime novel has in Camilla Läckberg one of its strongest pillars. Thanks to Camilla and a handful of other authors, this detective genre has carved a well-deserved niche on the world scene. It will be for the good work of Camilla and others like him ...

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The City of the Living, by Nicola Lagioia

The City of the Living, by Nicola Lagioia

Landing neighbor unexpected monstrosities. Jekyll doctors who may not yet know they are Mr Hyde. And that when they are, it is not that there has been any transformation. It will be because of that old saying that can make your skin stand on end “I am human and nothing human is foreign to me”, because…

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The Last Game, by JD Barker

Novel "The Last Game" by JD Barker

The Bible already pointed it out in that quote «Qui amat periculum, in illo peribet«. Something like that every lover of danger ends up perishing in his arms (free translation through). But the downfall has that I don't know what's morbid. Especially for according to what personalities or according to what …

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The Days We Have Left, by Lorena Franco

Novel "The days that remain", by Lorena Franco

Suggestive way of approaching the countdown. Every term has its expiration and the peremptory of existence immerses us in those stormy waters of the mystical, the religious or simply the essential fear that marks our days. Living is trying to go unnoticed by the grim reaper. Because fatality ...

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The Law of Wolves, by Stefano de Bellis

novel The Law of the Wolves

It will be up to Luperca, the kind she-wolf who suckled Romulus and Remus. The point is that the incontrovertible legend fits perfectly into a part of the vision of the Roman Empire as an implacable but organized culture, with an instinct for survival and even perpetuation. Because there was no other civilization ...

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Premonition, by Rosa Blasco

Novel Premonition, by Rosa Blasco

Since Cassandra and her dark omens that no one believed, fear remains the only alert in the face of the most gloomy immediate future. Many women's stories have been written around the notion of that intuition or sixth sense. Because they are the ones who historically enjoy that ...

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John Grisham's Time of Forgiveness

Time for Forgiveness, by John Grisham

The state of Mississippi shelters that sort of black legend of the civilized United States. And John Grisham has it in his sights to peer into the deepest contradictions between the supposed liberal morality of the West and the still reactionary strongholds such as this southern state of ...

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Billy Summers from Stephen King

Billy Summers from Stephen King

When Stephen King it focuses, from the title of his novel and so clearly, on a character, we can fasten our seatbelts because there are curves. It is not that we are going to meet perhaps his best novel (or perhaps yes). What is clear is that we are going to enjoy ...

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