The Buenos Aires Quintet

The Buenos Aires Quintet

Author: Manuel Vázquez Montalbán

Publisher: Serpent's Tail Five Star

ISBN: 1852427833

Page: 378

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“The most metaphysical gumshoe on the streets.”—The Times When Pepe Carvalho’s uncle asks him to find his son Raúl in Buenos Aires, Pepe is reluctant.

Pepe Carvalho goes Latin - the perfect blend of food, crime and politics



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