A Death in Valencia by Jason Webster
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A Death in Valencia Summary
Max Cámara is feeling low. Ominous cracks have appeared in the walls of his flat; the body of a well-known paella chef has been washed up on the beach; there are rows and threats about abortion clinics in anticipation of the Popes visit to Valencia; and Town Hall officials are set on demolishing El Cabanyal, the colorful fishermans quarter on Valencias seafront. As Cámara untangles these threads, he stumbles into a web of corruption and violence, uncovering deep animosities and hidden secrets, and forcing him to question his own doubts and desires.
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"Starred Review. Tight plotting, rich atmospherics, and an engagingly flawed lead distinguish Websters second contemporary mystery." - Publishers Weekly
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Jason Webster Author Biography
Jason Webster was born in California and was brought up in England and Germany. After spells in Italy and Egypt, he moved to Spain in 1993, where he was inspired to write a number of highly acclaimed nonfiction titles. He lives near Valencia with his wife, the flamenco dancer, Salud, and their two sons.
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