La reina del sur

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Suma de Letras, 2003 - Fiction - 636 pages
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Nacida en Culiacán, Sinaloa (México). Hija de padre español y madre mejicana. Convivió con Raimundo Dávila Parra, (a.) El Güero Dávila, piloto de aviación relacionado con el cártel de Juárez. Viaja a España, Melilla. Relacionada con Dris Larbi, propietario de clubes nocturnos. Algeciras. Gibraltar. Relacionada con Santiago López Fisterra, piloto de planeadoras. Tráfico de tabaco y estupefacientes. Detenida por el servicio de Vigilancia Aduanera. Prisión de El Puerto de Santa María.

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He wrote a love story to it. - LibraryThing
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I picked up this book on a whim. I've previously read the first Captain Alatriste novel and The Club Dumas, and loved them both, so I was confident that I'd enjoy Perez-Reverte's work in a more ... Read full review

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Teresa Mendoza's boyfriend has told her that if the phone "...ever rings, it’s because I’m dead. So run. As far and as fast as you can, prietita…” Running drugs is a dangerous business. Teresa runs ... Read full review

Contents

Me caí de la nube en que andaba
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Dicen que lo vio la ley pero que sintieron frío
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Cuando los años pasen
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Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Novelist and former journalist Arturo Pérez-Reverte Gutiérrez was born in Cartagena, Spain on November 25, 1951. He started his journalistic career writing for the Spanish newspaper Pueblo and later for Television Espanola - the Spanish state owned television, in the role of war correspondant. He worked as a war correspondent from 1973 to1994 before becoming a full-time writer. His first novel, El húsar, which was set in the Napoleonic Wars, was published in 1986, and he is well-known internationally for his popular Captain Alatriste fiction series, which takes place in 17th-century Europe. Pérez-Reverte has been elected to the Spanish Royal Academy.

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