10 thoughts on “Captivating Criminality Conference 2017

  1. I’m sure it was a fascinating event, Elena! 😊 Welcome back home again!

    P.S.: I loved the Baztán trilogy (although I must say the second installment is my favourite). 😊

    1. Thank you, Inés. I’m very happy to be back, and to read that you loved the Baztán trilogy. The second book is my favourite also. I loved the tension between the main character and that handsome man that shall remain unnamed in lieu of spoilers 😉

      1. Of course! 😉 I liked the other two installments as well, but I must confess that I expected the last one to be bit different regarding the events about Amaia’s mother. Anyway, I would like to read more books about Inspector Salazar. Dolores Redondo has said she would write more installments about this character -although the Baztán trilogy is closed for sure-, so it’s a matter of time now!!

        And, as a personal recomendation, I encourage you to read “Alba Cromm”. It’s an excelent book written by Vicente Luis Mora, whose main character is a police officer who deals with paedophilia as part of her daily job. The novel also uses resources from new technologies and media in order to present and organize the story. Seriously, Ii cannot recommend it enough (I know your main focus is English and American literature, but I think you may like this one too). 🙂 xxx

  2. I read Marina Sofia’s summary of this with great interest. It sounded like a fascinating event, packed full of really interesting sessions. Bravo for helping to organise it! 🙂

  3. Elena, I know you’re a great fan of “Gone Girl” :). I recently discovered this video, which explains why the script of the movie works so well. I’ll forward you the link here. Enjoy! 🙂

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