A Death In Valencia by Jason WebsterA Death In Valencia by Jason Webster

A Death In Valencia

byJason Webster

Paperback | August 5, 2013

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In the thrilling follow-up to Or the Bull Kills You, Detective Max Cámara must investigate the murder of a renowned paella chef and threats against a local abortion clinic in a brilliantly atmospheric Spanish setting.
Detective Max Cámara is under pressure.
A renowned paella chef has been found dead; the town hall are set on demolishing El Cabanyal, the colourful fisherman's quarter on Valencia's sea-front; an abortionist has been kidnapped and with the Pope due to visit the city, the police are summoned to offer protection from crowds of the faithful and the danger of anti-religionists alike.
When one of Cámara's long term adversaries is put in charge of the missing abortionist case, tensions are quickly running high, and with ominous cracks spreading across the walls of his flat, Cámara soon has nowhere to turn.

Brought up in England, JASON WEBSTER has lived for several years in Valencia, the setting of his Cámara novels. His acclaimed non-fiction books about Spain include Duende: A Journey in Search of Flamenco; Andalus: Unlocking the Secrets of Moorish Spain; Guerra: Living in the Shadows of the Spanish Civil War and Sacred Sierra: A Year o...
Title:A Death In ValenciaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 7.79 × 5.11 × 0.77 inPublished:August 5, 2013Publisher:Random House UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0099546957

ISBN - 13:9780099546955


Editorial Reviews

• "Jason Webster has made Valencia his own... This is Chief Inspector Max Cámara's second outing, and his colourful personality is very bit a match for the vibrant but often trouble home of paelia he has to keep safe." --Henry Sutton, Daily Mirror

 • "Cámara is a lively edition to Mediterranean coppery." --Marcel Berlins, The Times