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El último Catón
Author: Matilde Asensi
Publisher: Grupo Planeta Spain
ISBN: 840809680X
Year: 2013-06-04
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Con más de tres millones de ejemplares vendidos, El último Catón se ha convertido en la novela más relevante hasta el momento de Matilde Asensi y, sin duda, en una de las obras de referencia de la narrativa española. Desde el archivo secreto de la ciudad del Vaticano, la hermana Ottavia Salina, paleógrafa de prestigio internacional, se enfrenta a un extraño enigma: descifrar los tatuajes aparecidos en el cadáver de un etíope. Con la ayuda de un capitán de la guardia suiza y un arqueólogo de Alejandría, Ottavia tendrá que descubrir quién está detrás del robo en las iglesias de todo el mundo de las reliquias de la Vera Cruz, la cruz de Cristo. Siete pruebas basadas en el purgatorio de la Divina comedia de Dante Alighieri tienen las llaves para abrir las puertas. La expiación de los siete pecados capitales se realizará en las siete ciudades que ostentan la fama de practicarlos: Roma por su soberbia, Rávena por su envidia, Jerusalén por su ira, Atenas por su pereza, Constantinopla por su avaricia, Alejandría por su gula y Antioquía por su lujuria.
El último Catón
Author: Matilde Asensi
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Cato's return
Author: Matilde Asensi
ISBN: 8469751654
Pages: 464
Year: 2017-07-27
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What could the Silk Road, the Sewers of Istambul, Marco Polo, Mongolia and Holy Land have in common? That's what the main characters of "The Last Cato", Ottavia Salina and Farag Boswell, will have to find out, putting their lives at risk yet again to solve a mystery that begins in the first century AD. Written with accuracy and a rhythm that keeps readers in suspense page after page, chapter after chapter until the very end, "Cato's Return" is an ingenious combination of adventure and history with which Matilde Asensi once again draws us in and doesn't let us go until the last word.
Everything Under the Sky
Author: Matilde Asensi
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061458406
Pages: 400
Year: 2009-08-11
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Setting out for Shanghai to settle the affairs of her recently deceased husband, Spanish painter Elvira finds herself swept up in a centuries-old quest to find the lost treasure of China's first emperor, in a tale peppered with maps, codes, and riddles, in an internationally best-selling novel. 25,000 first printing. Reprint.
Nuevo Caton Christiano, con la cartilla, o Christus
Author: Joaquin Moles
Year: 1815
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The Lost Origin
Author: Matilde Asensi
ISBN: 1519006659
Pages: 256
Year: 2016-03-16
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A riveting journey into the Amazonia in search of a lost civilizationOver 800,000 copies sold by the so called 'Queen of the Spanish Adventure Fiction', one of the top writers in Spanish language, and author of the bestseller The Last CatoA strange disease has left Arnau's brother in a vegetative state. A hacker and computer businessman, Arnau Queralt undertakes an archeological research in order to find the cure for his brother's illness. Surprisingly, Arnau finds himself immersed in an exciting adventure that takes him to the Inca Empire, the ruins of Tiwanacu and the Amazon rainforest, following the trace of a lost civilization. Arnau and his friends, Marc and Lola, take the readers on a journey through knowledge, unearthing some of the uncovered mysteries of Humanity, the paradox of the Evolution Theory and the truth about the role Spanish Conquistadors really played in the Spanishcolonization of the Americas. A fascinating novel that challenges the readers to take part in a guessing game, and whose key lies in discovering the power of words.The book has been successfully published in 4 countries: Italy, Portugal, Germany and Brazil.
Nuevo Caton christiano y cathecismo de la doctrina para aducar y ensenar a leer a los niños
Author: Pedro Barreda Y Lombrera
Year: 1770
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The Day of the Jackal
Author: Frederick Forsyth
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101604670
Pages: 432
Year: 2012-09-04
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THE CLASSIC THRILLER FROM #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR FREDERICK FORSYTH “The Day of the Jackal makes such comparable books such as The Manchurian Candidate and The Spy Who Came in from the Cold seem like Hardy Boy mysteries.”—The New York Times The Jackal. A tall, blond Englishman with opaque, gray eyes. A killer at the top of his profession. A man unknown to any secret service in the world. An assassin with a contract to kill the world's most heavily guarded man. One man with a rifle who can change the course of history. One man whose mission is so secretive not even his employers know his name. And as the minutes count down to the final act of execution, it seems that there is no power on earth that can stop the Jackal.
131 Different Things
Author: Zachary Lipez
Publisher: Akashic Books
ISBN: 1617756962
Pages: 248
Year: 2018-11-13
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"The chapters in the book read like interconnected stories, bolstered by Zinner's outstanding (mostly color) pictures--over 100 in total. Though several references place the book in current times, it conjures up the grittier bygone era of Lou Reed and Debbie Harry, who merits a passing mention...An intriguing volume, particularly for those looking to party all night without leaving their living room." --Publishers Weekly "Enjoy Lipez's spare prose and dry wit, framed by Zinner's sly photograpy...A boozy, grungy, alt-rock fable that might as well have a soundtrack by The Replacements." --Kirkus Reviews When Sam, a bartender in New York, hears that his ex, Vicki, his one true love, has quit AA and is out drinking again, he embarks on a quest to find her. Sam and his sidekick Francis trek from dive bars to gay bars to rocker bars--encountering skinheads, party promoters, underage drug dealers, and dominatrixes--but they are always one step behind Vicki. It begins to seem like 131 different things are keeping the lovers apart. Before the night is over, Sam will have to wrestle with what he is really looking for. Nick Zinner--who plays guitar in the three-time Grammy-nominated band Yeah Yeah Yeahs--provides the visual framework for this inventive novella with his intimate photography. Known for his essays and music writing for Noisey, Vice, and Penthouse, Zachary Lipez brings his pithy, multilayered, and self-deprecating voice to this debut work of fiction. The prose and photography are tied together in a playful taxonomic scheme by editor and art director Stacy Wakefield, the author of the novel The Sunshine Crust Baking Factory. The three artists have collaborated on four previous books, most recently Please Take Me Off the Guest List.
Author: Matilde Asensi
ISBN: 8469752995
Pages: 384
Year: 2013-08-13
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A revealing journey of a knight following the Templar trace on the road to Santiago1,300,000 copies sold worldwide by the so called ‘Queen of the Spanish Adventure Fiction’, one of the top writers in Spanish language, and author of the bestseller The Last CatoGalceran de Born is a knight of a military religious order, the mortal enemy of the Knights of Templar. He has been commissioned by Pope John XXII to investigate the murders of Pope Clement V, King Philippe IV of France, and William of Nogaret. Helped by his son Jonas and Sara, a white-haired Jewish witch, Galceran finds incriminating evidence against the outlawed Knights of Templar, who avenged their master’s death by perpetrating these three murders.On their way to Santiago, they also find a parchment which reveals that when the Knights of Templar were banned by the previous pope, they hid their gold all along the road, in places marked by the golden cross Tau. The Pope’s greed, however, is insatiable and so he entrusts Galceran with another important mission: Galceran has to disguise himself as a pilgrim and seize the treasures that the Knights of Templar had hidden along the road: more than a thousand five hundred chests full of gold, silver and precious stones. In an underground labyrinth, they will find one of the greatest secrets in history: the Ark of the Covenant.The book has been successfully published in five countries: Italy, Germany, France, Poland and Brazil.
The Bible of Clay
Author: Julia Navarro
Publisher: Seal Books
ISBN: 0385673965
Pages: 704
Year: 2011-02-04
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A compelling new novel that combines past and present in a riveting search for the source of the Book of Genesis itself. In her provocative second novel, Spanish author Julia Navarro takes readers on an exhilarating journey across centuries and continents, as an upstart archeologist and a murderous group of conspirators vie for a treasure that will rewrite history–an explosive account of the world’s creation recorded millennia ago by a humble scribe onto the legendary Bible of Clay. Moving back and forth through time, from the tense months preceding the contemporary war in Iraq, to ancient Mesopotamia, to the atrocities of the last century, this tale of vengeance, obsession, and the wholesale plundering of the ancient world’s most priceless treasures is populated by an international cast of political opportunists, ruthless killers, and unsullied seekers of truth. The Bible of Clay is historical fiction at its richest, a sweeping saga that challenges at once both conventional geopolitics and the very foundations of modern religion. From the Hardcover edition.
The Rights of War and Peace
Author: Hugo Grotius
Year: 1814
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The Wrong Man
Author: John Katzenbach
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0345464842
Pages: 500
Year: 2007
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When Ashley Freeman, a bright and beautiful young woman, becomes the target of unrelenting obsession on the part of Michael O'Connell, she and her family struggle to extricate her from her violent admirer, until they are forced to come up with a no-holds-barred plan to outwit her dangerous stalker. 40,000 first printing.
Old School
Author: Tobias Wolff
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing UK
ISBN: 0747574650
Pages: 195
Year: 2005
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The debut novel from the prize-winning author of This Boy's Life and In Pharaoh's Army
New Spain, New Literatures
Author: Luis Martín-Estudillo, Nicholas Spadaccini
Pages: 298
Year: 2010
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This volume, which includes essays on Catalonia, the Basque country, Galicia, and literature written by African immigrants, focuses on issues of "difference" that are at the center of current debates in Spain and elsewhere--the emergence of minoritized literatures, multilingualism and identity, new relationships between culture and institutions, the negotiation of historical memories, the connections between migrations and the redefinition of nationhood, and the impact of global trends on local symbolic systems.