The 3 best books by Ilaria Tuti

Books by Ilaria Tuti

For some time now, Spanish noir literature has been led by female narrators. Great writers also backed by a resounding international success. Cite veterans like Alicia Giménez Bartlett or consolidated irruptions like Dolores Redondo are already big words. In the case of Ilaria Tuti we found a ...

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3 best Gillaume Musso books

Guillaume Musso books

In almost every creative field, I am fascinated by puzzling creators. Because certainly nothing more demonstrates the commitment to artistic creation than variability and exploration. Gillaume Musso, despite having a narrative plot that runs throughout his work, is always investigating disparate stories of ...

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The 3 best books by Martín Caparros

Books by Martín Caparrós

The Argentine writer Martín Caparrós encompasses in his work a very broad spectrum of concerns made as transmission belts between fiction and essays. From an existentialist plane brilliantly faced even from dystopian science fiction to a social critique that delves into endemic evils of our society. Come on, what ...

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3 best Ian McEwan books

Ian McEwan Books

One of the most recognized English writers today is Ian McEwan. His novelistic production (he has also stood out as a screenwriter or playwright) offers us a leisurely perspective of the soul, with its contradictions and its variable phases. Stories about childhood or love, but on many occasions ...

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The 3 best books by Stephen Fry

Books by Stephen Fry

Nobody expected Stephen Fry's leap from the most comical interpretation to the most erudite narrative. Although the change in register is better understood by analyzing a creative development that has never had a very defined horizon, whether inspired by the most basic humor or delving into...

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Craig Russell's Top 3 Books

Craig Russell Books

Without the noise of other authors with greater international recognition, the Scotsman Craig Russell continues his literary career full of very interesting detective novels with historical foothills. In many of his novels, almost always starring Commissioner Fabel or Detective Lennox, this author is able to materialize ...

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3 best books by Jorge Zepeda Patterson

Jorge Zepeda Patterson books

When literary creation is the recreational space, the solace for the mind occupied with other issues, the result is usually a progressive dedication to the field of fiction as a reflection of one's own experiences. Because that is where a custom world can be built, a replica of the ...

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The 3 best books by Mick Herron

Books By Mick Herron

Mick Herron joined, back in 2010, the host of authors magnetized by the times of the Cold War. A time that resulted in a genre, that of espionage that always revolves around those diplomatic relations finally moved from gears much dirtier than protocols and ...

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The 3 best books by Philippe Sands

Philippe Sands books

There are lawyers who turn to fiction like John Grisham and other lawyers like Philippe Sands who novelize reality from a commitment embodied in essays and other non-fiction books. Works interspersed with autobiographical snippets and chronicles of that alternative truth that trickles under ...

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The 3 best books of Arnaldur Indridason

Books by Arnaldur Indridason

We come to the author of a crime novel with the most unpronounceable last name of all for a Spanish speaker. And yet also one of the most valued surnames in the black genre for everyone. With translations in up to 37 languages, his novels have been read even in Djibouti, I suppose. I …

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3 best books by Patricia Gibney

Books by Patricia Gibney

From writers like Edgar Allan Poe who pulled their stories to exorcise their demons to an author like Patricia Gibney who found in literature a minimal shot of placebo with which to face her grim circumstances. It doesn't always have to be this way, writing is a ...

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3 best books by Harlan Coben

Harlan Coben Books

Notice for visitors via Netflix for "The innocent." No, I have not selected that Harlan Coben novel. Which is perhaps good news because there are things even better ... The host of American writers with Jewish roots is completed by great geniuses ranging from Philip Roth to Isaac Asimov, ...

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