Series: The Borja and Eduard Barcelona Series (Book 2). Paperback: 286 pages.
Series: The Borja and Eduard Barcelona Series (Book 2). Any crime writer seeking to use Barcelona as a setting must contend with the extremely long shadow cast by the godfather of Spanish crime, Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, whose 16-book "Pepe Carvalho" series, which is also set there. Fortunately, Solana manages to make the city sing in the service of her odd couple detecting duo.
Born in 1962, Teresa Solana lives in Barcelona, Spain
Born in 1962, Teresa Solana lives in Barcelona, Spain. She has written several novels, some kept quietly in her drawer, others highly acclaimed. A Not So Perfect Crime, the first in this series, won the 2007 Brigada 21 Prize for the best Catalan mystery novel.
Author: Teresa Solana lives in Barcelona
Author: Teresa Solana lives in Barcelona. She was born there in 1962, studied philosophy at the University of Barcelona and worked as a literary translator and essayist. She has written several novels kept quietly in her drawer. The first novel in this series, A Not So Perfect Crime, won the 2007 Brigada 21 Prize for the best crime novel written in Catalan. The third Borja and Eduard Barcelona satirical Noir (see A Shortcut to Paradise and A Not So Perfect Crime) continues to lampoon the sub-genre while this time also mocking New Age saviors. The enjoyable storyline rotates between the two homicides and Borja's smuggling efforts.
Borja and Eduard by. Teresa Solana, Peter Bush (Translation). Teresa Solana is a Spanish mystery novelist whose book was translated from the original Catalan.
Teresa Solana at Duques d. .Teresa Solana, born in Barcelona, is a novelist, journalist and translator. A Not So Perfect Crime Volumen 2 de The Borja and Eduard Barcelona Series.Leer reseña completa. Otras ediciones - Ver todo. A Not So Perfect Crime Teresa Solana Vista previa restringida - 2009. Critically acclaimed translator known for extensive work on Juan Goytisolo. Also translated Daniel Chavarria and Pedro de Alarcon from Cuba.
Teresa Solana lives in Barcelona. Born in 1962, she studied philosophy and worked as a literary translator and essayist. A Not So Perfect Crime, her first published title, won the 2007 Brigada 21 Prize for the best Catalan mystery novel. About the Author: Teresa Solana,born in Barcelona, is a novelist, journalist and translator.
Eduard is a plump, placid family man in love with his wife. His stylish brother Borja has assumed an aristocratic name, hangs out with rich people and has two girlfriends. Because Eduard is so lacking in elegance, Borja insists they keep their twinship a secret. Their office is like a movie set, and their firm nonexistent for tax purposes. Lacking a detective license, they handle delicate inquiries for wealthy clients as "consultants. A Not So Perfect Crime - Teresa Solana. A Not So Perfect Crime is the first of three (so far) in a series of novels featuring twin brothers Eduard Martínez Estivill and Jose Martínez Estivill, the latter known as Borja Masdéu-Canals Sáez de Astorga to everyone but his brother, who knows him as Pep.
The first novel by a Catalan author, featured guest writer at the latest Frankfurt Book Fair.
Teresa Solana i Mir (born 15 May 1962 in Barcelona, Spain) is a.This is the first story in which there appear the twin investigators Eduard and Borja Masdéu. A Not So Perfect Crime, 2008. Translated by Peter Bush.
Teresa Solana i Mir (born 15 May 1962 in Barcelona, Spain) is a contemporary Spanish writer of crime fiction in Catalan. She studied philosophy and the Classics at Universitat de Barcelona. Her work has been translated to English, French, German, Esperanto, Italian and Spanish. Afterwards she published Drecera al paradís with the same protagonists. In 2010 she published her first, and up to now only, short story collection, Set casos de sang i fetge i una història d'amor.