Los buenos suicidas (Inspector Salgado 2) [NOOK Book]

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En una ciudad que ha perdido el brillo, un policía lucha contra las sombras. La esperada continuación de El verano de los juguetes muertos.

Noche de Reyes de 2011. El inspector Héctor Salgado, insomne y obsesionado por la desaparición de su ex mujer, recibe una llamada: la secretaria de dirección de una conocida empresa de cosméticos se ha arrojado a las vías del metro. Ante...

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Los buenos suicidas (Inspector Salgado 2)

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Overview

En una ciudad que ha perdido el brillo, un policía lucha contra las sombras. La esperada continuación de El verano de los juguetes muertos.

Noche de Reyes de 2011. El inspector Héctor Salgado, insomne y obsesionado por la desaparición de su ex mujer, recibe una llamada: la secretaria de dirección de una conocida empresa de cosméticos se ha arrojado a las vías del metro. Ante un caso que se intuía fácil, Salgado tendrá que pelear por destapar la red de sangre y mentiras que se oculta tras el presunto suicidio.
 
 La agente Leire Castro, embarazada y atrapada en casa por una baja médica prematura, también piensa en el caso nunca cerrado de Ruth, la ex esposa de Héctor. En su estado no debería emprender una investigación, pero en su carácter está insistir, no detenerse, derribar las fachadas que siempre ocultan males mayores.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788490320013
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España
  • Publication date: 6/21/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: RANDOM HOUSE MONDADORI
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 45
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Toni Hill (Barcelona, 1966) es licenciado en psicología. Lleva más de diez años dedicado a la traducción literaria y a la colaboración editorial en distintos ámbitos. Entre los autores traducidos por él se encuentran David Sedaris, Jonathan Safran Foer, Glenway Wescott, Rosie Alison, Peter May, Rabih Alameddine y A. L. Kennedy. Sus dos primeras novelas, protagonizadas por el inspector Héctor Salgado, se han publicado en más de veinte países y han sido un éxito de venta y crítica: El verano de los juguetes muertos (2011) y Los buenos suicidas (2012). La esperada continuación de la serie dedicada al inspector Héctor Salgado, y el cierre de todos los misterios que quedaron pendientes, llega con Los amantes de Hiroshima.

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