El Puente de los Asesinos = The Assassin's Bridge


Cruza el puente de los Asesinos con Arturo P?rez-Reverte y vive la trepidante conspiraci?n para asesinar al dogo de Venecia.
?Diego Alatriste baj? del carruaje y mir? en torno, desconfiado. Ten?a por sana costumbre, antes de entrar en un sitio incierto, establecer por d?nde iba a irse, o intentarlo, si las cosas terminaban complic?ndose. El billete que le ordenaba acompa?ar al hombre de negro estaba firmado por el sargento mayor del tercio de ...
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Cruza el puente de los Asesinos con Arturo Pérez-Reverte y vive la trepidante conspiración para asesinar al dogo de Venecia.
«Diego Alatriste bajó del carruaje y miró en torno, desconfiado. Tenía por sana costumbre, antes de entrar en un sitio incierto, establecer por dónde iba a irse, o intentarlo, si las cosas terminaban complicándose. El billete que le ordenaba acompañar al hombre de negro estaba firmado por el sargento mayor del tercio de Nápoles, y no admitía discusión alguna; pero nada más se aclaraba en él.»
Nápoles, Roma y Milán son algunos escenarios de esta nueva aventura del capitán Alatriste. Acompañado del joven Íñigo Balboa, a Alatriste le ordenan intervenir en una conjura crucial para la corona española: un golpe de mano en Venecia para asesinar al dogo durante la misa de Navidad, e imponer por la fuerza un gobierno favorable a la corte del rey católico en ese estado de Italia.
Para Alatriste y sus camaradas —el veterano Sebastián Copons y el peligroso moro Gurriato, entre otros—, la misión se presenta difícil, arriesgada y llena de sorpresas. Suicida, tal vez; pero no imposible.
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Arturo Pérez-Reverte's seventh Captain Alatriste novel (and his first since 2006) places this daring officer in a plot to kill the Doge of Venice. The latest episode of a popular series penned by a controversial Spanish novelist known for his fast-breaking plots and his crisp, Hemingway-like prose style.

Amanda Schilling

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788466326315
  • Publisher: Santillana USA Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 2/28/2013
  • Language: Spanish
  • Pages: 327
  • Sales rank: 674,396
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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