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9788466665391

Marea roja/ Red Tide

  • ISBN 13:

    9788466665391

  • ISBN 10:

    8466665390

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 06/25/2019
  • Publisher: Ediciones B

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Summary

La gran novela sobre el narcotráfico gallego que nunca nadie se había atrevido a escribir.
 
 «Esta es la novela que me gustaría haber escrito a mí. Una joya.».- Nacho Carretero, autor de Fariña
 
En julio del 2000, una gran marea roja se propaga por las rías de A Coruña. En esas mismas fechas, Daniel Piñeiro, antiguo piloto de planeadoras del clan hegemónico del narcotráfico en Galicia, sale de la cárcel tras ocho años. Su imperio está enterrado y ya solo desea llevar una vida normal. Pero nadie ha olvidado al mito, a Dani Gasolina.
 
Una familia rota, unas amistades consumidas, una pasión borrada y un mafioso que lo reclama como hijo propio. Todos perdidos en el laberinto donde, al final de uno de tantos caminos de sangre, desde 1992 se esconde un secreto.

Con el conocimiento profundo de quien creció en la Galicia de los noventa, José Manuel del Río salda cuentas con el pasado a través de esta novela que combina la contundencia de la verdad con un estilo literario que le ha hecho ser comparado con Don Winslow y Richard Price.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

The great novel about Galician drug trafficking that nobody had yet dared to write.
 
“This is the novel that I would have liked to have written. A gem.” --Nacho Carretero, author of Fariña
 
In July of 2000, a great red tide spreads along the estuaries of A Coruña. During that time, Daniel Piñeiro, former speedboat captain of the hegemonic clan of drug traffickers of Galicia, gets out of jail after eight years. His empire is buried and he now just wants to lead a normal life. But nobody has forgotten about the legend, Dani Gasolina.
 
A broken family, tenuous friendships, a blotted-out passion, and a mobster who claims to be his son. All lost in the labyrinth where, at the end of one of so many trails of blood, a secret has been hidden since 1992.
 
With the deep knowledge of one who grew up in the Galicia of the ‘90s, José Manuel del Río settles debts with the past through this novel that combines the power of the truth with a literary style that has led him to be compared with the likes of Don Winslow and Richard Price.

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