9788415098027

La tristeza del samurái

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  • ISBN13:

    9788415098027

  • ISBN10:

    8415098022

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Trade Paper
  • Copyright: 9/1/2012
  • Publisher: Editorial Alrevés S.L.

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Summary

A crime committed in postwar Spain produces consequences for three generations of the Alcalá family and for those they've encountered across a span of 40 years. Conspiracy, kidnapping, murder, sexist violence, and torture are some of the ingredients in this exciting novel in which the characters from two parallel storylinesone in Extremadura in 1941 and the other in Barcelona in 1981slowly begin to intersect, and readers are allowed into the psyche of each of them. The end result is a magnificent novel full of intrigue and investigations, love and hate, ambition and pain, and, above all, guilta scourge transmitted generation to generation. Un crimen cometido durante la posguerra española produce consecuencias en tres generaciones de la familia Alcalá y en aquellos que se han cruzado en sus vidas durante 40 años. Complots, secuestros, asesinatos, violencia machista y torturas son algunos de los ingredientes de esta emocionante novela en la cual poco a poco se van entrelazando los personajes de dos tramas paralelasuna en Extremadura en el año 1941 y la otra en Barcelona en 1981permitiéndoles a los lectores entrar en la psicología de cada uno de ellos. El resultado es una magnífica novela de intriga e investigación, de amor y odio, de ambición y dolor y, sobre todo, de culpauna tacha que se transmite de generación en generación.

Author Biography

Víctor del Árbol is a novelist and policeman who has been with the Police of the Generalitat of Catalonia since 1992. He is the author of El abismo de los sueños and El peso de los muertos.

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