Volver a morir (Dead Again)

Una novela
Product Number: EB00398526
Released: Jun 05, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9781101551073
Publisher: C.A. Press
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Description

Tras la muerte de un prestigioso veterinario de Miami, su viuda descubre que no es la Unica que llora al difunto y que hay muchas lagunas que desconocia en el pasado de su marido. Las dudas la llevarAn a contratar a Nelson Montero, un detective privado de origen cubano para que investigue lo que cada vez tiene menos sentido. Nelson y su amigo el hacker Teo Osorio irAn descubriendo una serie de sospechosas pistas de origen incierto regadas por todo Miami. Una trepidante aventura que revelarA, poco a poco, uno de los secretos mejor guardados de la historia contemporAnea, manteniendo al lector en suspense desde la primera a la Ultima pAgina. "Una novela exquisita, llena de misterio, suspense y humor. Rosana Ubanell es una revelaciOn!" --Andres Oppenheimer, autor del best seller Basta de historias y columnista del Miami Herald. Volver a morir (Dead Again) After the death of a prestigious Miami veterinarian, the widow discovers that she is not the only one crying the deceased and that there are many gaps in her husband past that she did not know. She decides to hire Cuban-American private detective Nelson Montero to investigate. Nelson and his friend the hacker Teo Osorio will discover a series of suspicious clues scattered throughout Miami. The colorful world of Cuban Americans in Miami takes shape within a seasoned stage on which the plot unfolds dotted with international ramifications not only in Florida but also in Mexico, Argentina and implications of the U.S. and Cuban governments. A thrilling adventure that will reveal, little by little, one of the best kept secrets in modern history, keeping the reader in suspense from the first to the last page. "An exquisite novel, full of mystery, suspense and humor. Rosana Ubanell is a revelation!" - Andres Oppenheimer, author of the bestseller "Basta de historias" and columnist for The Miami Herald.

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Author(s): Rosana Ubanell
Original Publish Date: Sep 06, 2011

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