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Las flores de Baudelaire (Baudelaire's Flowers), the first novel by Gonzalo Garrido, published in 2012 by Alrevés, was reprinted last month in its paperback edition by DeBolsillo, which is part of Penguin Random House group. This news just goes to prove how Garrido's career is growing. His first novel, a blend of mistery and history that deals with treason and its presence as a guiding force in our lives, became an unexpected success.... - Read more

Madrid:Frontera, by David Llorente, winner of the Dashiel Hammett prize 2017 David Llorente (Madrid, 1972) has won the Dashiell Hammett Prize, awarded during the Semana Negra de Gijón, for his novel Madrid:Frontera (Alrevés). Madrid:Frontera is a disturbing dystopia, a condemning cry for the misery that consumes our present-day society, a disquieting novel that is radical in its approach. The judges note that the winning novel... - Read more

The Argentine Marcelo Luján (Buenos Aires, 1973) has been awarded the Dashiell Hammett , the principal recognition awarded at the Semana Negra de Gijón, for his book Subsuelo (Subsoil) , a disturbing and sober thriller that has been considered by the judges as the best book of the noir genre published in Spain in 2015 . Luján won the Getafe award in 2009 for “La mala espera”. Visibly emotional, the winner has... - Read more

This April, the author Sergio Ramírez celebrates the 25 th anniversary of the publication of this grand novel "Castigo divino". One of the many activities programmed to celebrate the occasion is the inauguration of the author’s Web page complete with various works available to download; one being the 1 st chapter of “ The Divine Punishment ” (in Spanish). There is also a contest underway in Facebook , as well as the... - Read more

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