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  • Crime fiction,  International

    Legado en los huesos (The Legacy of the Bones) by Dolores Redondo – Baztan Trilogy #2

    As I visited the public library to return Ferrante #4 last December, I stumbled upon Dolores Redondo’s Legado en los huesos (The Legacy of the Bones) in the New Books section. As I eyed the familiar cover – all the Spanish editions share a similar cover, with greenery and a woman – I realised that it had been a year since I had read El guardián invisible (The Invisible Guardian), the first installment in the series. I realised then, it would just be perfect to put an end to 2016 the same way I had started it: By returning to Baztán. Legado en los huesos takes place as Amaia Salazar…

  • Author Interviews,  Features,  Giveaways

    Exclusive Interview with Dolores Redondo, Author of The Invisible Guardian + Giveaway

    A few weeks ago I read and reviewed a Spanish crime novel that left me almost speechless. El guardián invisible by Dolores Redondo has been on the Spanish best-selling lists for 3 years, and there is a reason why. You can check my spoiler-free review here if you missed it or download a promotional PDF here. Now, the novel is being released in the UK next April by Harper Collins under the title The Invisible Guardian. To celebrate I have had the pleasure of exclusively interviewing Dolores Redondo and we are also giving away 5 copies of The Invisible Guardian, thanks to Hayley Camis from Harper Collins. Please read the…

  • Crime fiction,  International

    El guardián invisible (The Invisible Guardian) by Dolores Redondo (Baztán Trilogy #1)

    As many of you already know I’m Spanish, but I tend to avoid Spanish literature as much as possible and have done so since I can remember. I read better and quicker in English, and I feel much more at ease in the Anglo-speaking world. However, last year I heard about a crime fiction trilogy called ‘the Baztán trilogy’ by Dolores Redondo. I was not that impressed until I visited La semana negra –’The Noir Festival’– where many independent bookshop owners recommended the trilogy to me the very same day the author was at the festival meeting readers and signing books. So, I bought the first installment in the series,…