El Ultimo Tango de Allende

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Nadie responde en la casa de los comandantes en jefe de las Fuerzas Armadas y todo indica que el golpe de Estado está en marcha. Salvador Allende se dirige a palacio. Y Rufino, asistente personal del presidente, viejo compañero de un taller anarquista, gran amante del tango -afición que comparte con el mandatario-, escribe en un cuaderno escolar la historia de la tragedia que se avecina. Muchos años después, ya derrumbados los muros de la Guerra Fría, ese mismo cuaderno ve la luz cuando inesperadamente llega a ...
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Nadie responde en la casa de los comandantes en jefe de las Fuerzas Armadas y todo indica que el golpe de Estado está en marcha. Salvador Allende se dirige a palacio. Y Rufino, asistente personal del presidente, viejo compañero de un taller anarquista, gran amante del tango -afición que comparte con el mandatario-, escribe en un cuaderno escolar la historia de la tragedia que se avecina. Muchos años después, ya derrumbados los muros de la Guerra Fría, ese mismo cuaderno ve la luz cuando inesperadamente llega a las manos de David Kurtz, exagente de la CIA, quien a través de sus páginas irá descubriendo no sólo la vida íntima del presidente, sino también secretos inimaginables de su propio pasado. Con talento y maestría, Roberto Ampuero nos entrega una novela apasionante sobre la lealtad y la traición, la honestidad y la impudicia, el amor y el desamor, el bien y el mal que se cuelan en el alma y la historia de los hombres.
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  • ISBN-13: 9786073108829
  • Publisher: Random House Mondadori
  • Publication date: 10/23/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Product dimensions: 5.70 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Roberto Ampuero nació en Valparaíso en 1953 y es uno de los escritores chilenos más exitosos en la actualidad. Ha recibido un sinfín de premios y distinciones, dentro de los cuales destacan: Premio de la Revista de Libros de El Mercurio por ¿Quién mató a Cristián Kustermann?; mejor novela publicada en español durante el año por Pasiones griegas, concedido por la Editorial Popular y la Asociación de Hispanistas de China; mejores 10 novelas publicadas en alemán por El caso Neruda (revista Buchkultur), entre muchos otros. Su obra ha sido traducida al alemán, francés, inglés, italiano, chino, sueco, portugués, griego y croata. Y ha publicado, todas con varias ediciones, los libros: Los amantes de EstocolmoPasiones griegasNuestros años verde olivo, entre otros; y la serie de novelas del detective privado Cayetano Brulé: ¿Quién mató a Cristián Kustermann?Boleros en La HabanaEl alemán de AtacamaCita en el Azul ProfundoHalcones de la noche; y El caso Neruda.

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