Murder in the Central Committee
“Montalbán writes with authority and compassion—a le Carré-like sorrow.”—Publishers Weekly
The lights go out during a meeting of the Central Committee of the Spanish Communist Party; Fernando Garrido, the general secretary, has been murdered. Pepe Carvalho, who has worked for both the party and the CIA, is well-suited to track down Garrido’s murderer. This, the best-known title in the Pepe Carvalho series, features everything that is wonderful about the books: sex, politics and a most vivid sense of Spain.
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Review: Murder In The Central Committee (Pepe Carvalho #5)User Review - Dave Johnson - Goodreads
The era of Central Committees and powerful Communist parties (and powerful labour movements)seems so distant but Montalban managed to convey this vanished period while overlaying it with a tightly plotted thriller. I enjoyed it a lot. Read full review
Review: Murder In The Central Committee (Pepe Carvalho #5)User Review - Mary - Goodreads
Quite a while ago I'd read a couple of this author's books and really enjoyed them. So I decided to get through the rest. The books tell the tale of Pepe Carvahlo, a food loving, loose living private ... Read full review