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Between 1968 and 1969, the murderer the press would call Bible John killed three women in Glasgow. He was never identified and the case is still open today. In this novel, in the early 1980s, Scottish police investigator Noah Scott Sherrington manages to get to Bible John, but a last-minute failure of his heart prevents him from arresting him. Despite his fragile state of health, and against medical advice and the refusal of his superiors to continue his pursuit of the serial killer, Noah follows a hunch that will lead him to Bilbao in 1983. Just a few days before he a veritable flood devastated the city. Dolores Redondo defines herself as "a writer of storms" and with this new novel, based on true events, she takes us to the epicenter of one of the biggest storms of the last century while portraying a time in full political and social turmoil. It is a tribute to the culture of work full of nostalgia for a time when the radio was one of the few windows open to the world and, above all, to music. And it is also a song to the camaraderie of the gangs and to the love stories that are born from a heartbeat. A dazzling work with characters that take us from the most appalling cruelty to hope in the human being. "Dolores Redondo, the queen of the literary thriller." Carlos Ruiz Zafon

 

 

DESTINATION EDITORIAL

YEAR EDITION11 / 2022

EAN9788423362479

LANGUAGESpanish

COLLECTION Anchor

COLLECTION NUMBERamp; delphi

COUNTRY SPAIN

NEWLast 90 days

SUBJECTHorror and mystery

 

Waiting for the deluge, Redondo, Dolores

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