El color de los muertos [NOOK Book]

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Al inspector Jiménez, un policía de modales bruscos y actitudes machistas y racistas destinado en Bilbao, le encargan la investigación del asesinato de un ciudadano de origen marroquí. Para ello deberá formar pareja con su compañera Isabel Altube, que previamente ha sido apartada de un caso de violación, con resultado de muerte, de una prostituta de origen norteafricano, caso que intentará mantener abierto de un modo casi clandestino. Simultáneamente en un pueblo castellano una extraña pareja de alemanes asesina ...

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El color de los muertos

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Overview

Al inspector Jiménez, un policía de modales bruscos y actitudes machistas y racistas destinado en Bilbao, le encargan la investigación del asesinato de un ciudadano de origen marroquí. Para ello deberá formar pareja con su compañera Isabel Altube, que previamente ha sido apartada de un caso de violación, con resultado de muerte, de una prostituta de origen norteafricano, caso que intentará mantener abierto de un modo casi clandestino. Simultáneamente en un pueblo castellano una extraña pareja de alemanes asesina a un hombre desconocido, con la connivencia tácita de un supuesto coronel de la Guardia Civil. Por último, en Madrid un antiguo etarra, al que se le creía desaparecido y refugiado en algún lejano país, inicia una carrera desenfrenada de atentados que desconciertan tanto a los servicis antiterroristas como a la propia cúpula de ETA. Pese a su aparente desconexión, los tres asuntos acabarán confluyendo de un modo insólito pero coherente.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788493601645
  • Publisher: Leer-e
  • Publication date: 9/17/2010
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Leer-E
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 477,678
  • File size: 464 KB

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  • Posted July 20, 2011

    No pase las primeras 20 paginas

    El autor escribe sin decir el nombre de los personajes. Esa tecnica esta bien al principio pero en este libro dura tanto que pierdes interes.

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