Blood Med: Max Cámara 4 by Jason WebsterBlood Med: Max Cámara 4 by Jason Webster

Blood Med: Max Cámara 4

byJason Webster

Paperback | July 6, 2015

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Urgent novel starring the Valencian detective Max Cámara, a tale of corruption and brutal crime in a crumbling Spain.
     Spain is corrupt and on the brink of collapse.The king is ill, banks are closing, hospitals are in chaos, homes are lost, demonstrators riot and rightwing thugs patrol the street. The tunnels beneath the streets are at once a refuge and a source of anger. And as the blood flows Cámara roars in on his motorbike.
     Cámara is back in Valencia, with his partner Alicia and his anarchist, marijuana-growing grandfather Hilario. In the old police headquarters, the mood is tense, as the chief hunts for cuts -- who will go, Cámara or his friend Torres? The two men are flung into action investigating the suicide of an ex- bank clerk and the brutal murder of a young American woman. As the city erupts around them, their case takes them into the heart of the trouble.
     This dazzling new Cámara novel -- constantly surprising, full of vivid characters -- exposes the dark underside of today's Spain. A powerful, gripping page-turner, it confirms Max Cámara as the detective to watch, feeling the pulse of the moment.
Brought up in England, JASON WEBSTER lived for many years in Spain. 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; Sacred Sierra: A Year on a Spanish Mountain and the forthcoming The Spy...
Title:Blood Med: Max Cámara 4Format:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 7.75 × 5.04 × 0.91 inPublished:July 6, 2015Publisher:Random House UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0099565986

ISBN - 13:9780099565987


Editorial Reviews

• "Conveys a wonderful sense of Spain... [Webster] does for the country what Michael Dibdin did for Italy -- pure joy from first page to last." --Geoffrey Wansell, Daily Mail