Under a Scarlet Sky, by Mark Sullivan


In love and in war everything is allowed. And let's not say if both premises converge ... Only such an approach and also taken from a true story could lead Mark T. Sullivan away from a usual genre of mystery and suspense in which he had been moving with him ...

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Eagles in the Storm, by Ben Kane


The Eagles of Rome series reaches its conclusion with this third installment. The Kenyan author Ben Kane thus closes his latest composition of historical fiction devoted to its most warlike aspects. Distant times in which the territories were defended or traces of blood were conquered through ... ...

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1982, by Sergio Olguín


Breaking with the established is not easy. Doing it with respect to family plans is even more so. Pedro hates the military career, to which his ancestors belonged. At twenty, the boy is more oriented towards the fields of thought, and opts for science ...

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The House of the Alphabet, by Jussi Adler Olsen


With a warlike tinge, the author of this novel presents us with a singular story, close to the author's own noir genre, and reissued by different labels since it was first published in 1997. The plot in question revolves around the flight of two English pilots in ...

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His face in time, by Alejandro Parisi


On some other occasion I have already spoken about unspeakable loves, specifically for the review of The Book of Parables, by Olov Enquist. In this case we also find large doses of forbidden love taken to the extreme of the moral and the natural, as we are generally given to understand. ...

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Flags in the mist, by Javier Reverte


Our war. Still pending acts of contrition, politically and literary. A civil war transferred so many times to Spanish literature. And it never hurts a new perspective, a different approach. Flags in the fog is that, a story about the Civil War ...

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