The Google Maps Killer, my new novel

The Google Maps killer

It had been 8 years since I published my previous book. One recent night I started writing again. I had one of those powerful ideas that was asking for passage, more intensely than ever. Since then I have been discovering that the nights still have muses. While everyone was sleeping, this writer felt...

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The 3 best books of John Verdon

John Verdon books

It can be said that John Verdon is not exactly a precocious writer, or at least he could not dedicate himself to writing with the profusion of other authors who have already discovered their vocation from an early age. But the good thing about this job is that it is not guided by age guidelines, nor ...

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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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Books you have to read before you die

Best books in history

What better title than this? Something light, light, sibilantly pretentious. Before dying, yes, better the fewer hours beforehand to listen to it. That's when you will take your list of essential books and cross out Belén Esteban's best-seller, the one that closes the reading circle of your life... (it was a joke, a macabre one...

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The 3 best books by the great John Connolly

Books by John Connolly

Having your own stamp is a guarantee of success in any creative field. John Connolly's narrative offers particularities never seen in the noir genre. The image of his detective Charlie Parker accompanies his foray into this crime-noir genre of which he has made his subgenre. It is true that other authors…

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The 3 best books by Per Wahlöö and Maj Sjöwall

Sjowall and wahloo books

In the, for me strange, art of four-handed writing (a formula exploited perfectly today by Alexander Ahndoril and Alexandra Coelho Ahndoril under the pseudonym Lars Kepler), we find two other Swedes who were able to set the tone for the success of the Keplers, well they were the…

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The 3 best books by Jeffery Deaver

In the field of thriller or the most intense suspense, Jeffery Deaver is the one who dances the best, almost always. I am referring above all to the imposed pace. A frenetic cadence, I bet achieved from a task after the writing itself. Deaver finishes his story and prepares for the screening,…

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Immaculate White, by Noelia Lorenzo Pino

Immaculate white, Noelia Lorenzo

The stories focused on small communities on the edge of the world already awaken that feeling of concern about the unknown. From hippies to sects, communities outside the madding crowd have a strange magnetism. Mainly if one looks at the alienation between imposed mediocrities, …

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The First Detective by Andrew Forrester

The First Detective by Andrew Forrester

Agatha Christie had not yet been born when James Redding Ware had already published this novel with the essential role of a woman at the controls of an investigation. The year was 1864. So no matter how original and disruptive a work may be, a precedent always appears. If even the…

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The 3 best books by the fascinating Tom Clancy

writer-tom-clancy

If there is an author where politics, espionage and the great international conspiracies take shape as a whole, it is Tom Clancy. To read Tom is to sit in one of those offices from which the world is ruled. An invitation to conspiracy with the corresponding military command ...

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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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