A Barcelona Heiress by Sergio Vila-Sanjuán

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A Barcelona Heiress

'“An irresistible read which explores the whole spectrum of a society and a city in a fascinating era.” —Carlos Ruiz Zafón, author of The Shadow of the Wind“A new literary hero has been born, and he is the protagonist of A Barcelona Heiress.” —Javier Blánquez, journalist for El Mundo“An impeccable portrait, photographed in sepia tones, of the elegant, pistol-wielding, and turbulent Barcelona of the 1920s.” —Arturo Pérez-Reverte, author of The Queen of the South“A moral detective story that traces an impressionist portrait of a society, while in the background the music of the Titanic accompanies the drowning of the aristocracy and the upper classes.” —Guillermo Busutil, author of Mercurio“Vila-Sanjuán has successfully completed the difficult journey to an exciting and multifaceted Barcelona: the city that danced on the edge of an abyss.” —Isabel Margarit, author of Historia y Vida“With the frenetic pace of a detective novel, halfway between the type of social satire cultivated by Edith Wharton and Evelyn Waugh . . . and a historical chronicle.” —El Mundo“A novel that hooks. Seductive characters, an intriguing plot superimposed onto a historic moment, and Barcelona as the stage.” —Qué Leer'
'“An irresistible read which explores the whole spectrum of a society and a city in a fascinating era.” —Carlos Ruiz Zafón, author of The Shadow of the Wind“A new literary hero has been born, and he is the protagonist of A Barcelona Heiress.” —Javier Blánquez, journalist for El Mundo“An impeccable portrait, photographed in sepia tones, of the elegant, pistol-wielding, and turbulent Barcelona of the 1920s.” —Arturo Pérez-Reverte, author of The Queen of the South“A moral detective story that traces an impressionist portrait of a society, while in the background the music of the Titanic accompanies the drowning of the aristocracy and the upper classes.” —Guillermo Busutil, author of Mercurio“Vila-Sanjuán has successfully completed the difficult journey to an exciting and multifaceted Barcelona: the city that danced on the edge of an abyss.” —Isabel Margarit, author of Historia y Vida“With the frenetic pace of a detective novel, halfway between the type of social satire cultivated by Edith Wharton and Evelyn Waugh . . . and a historical chronicle.” —El Mundo“A novel that hooks. Seductive characters, an intriguing plot superimposed onto a historic moment, and Barcelona as the stage.” —Qué Leer'
Publisher: Barcelona eBooks ISBN: 9781453264003 Pages: 318