Queen of the South

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Product Details

Price
$17.00  $15.81
Publisher
Plume Books
Publish Date
Pages
464
Dimensions
5.2 X 1.1 X 7.9 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780452286542
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About the Author

Arturo Pérez-Reverte's novels have captivated readers around the world and earned him a reputation as "the master of the intellectual thriller" (Chicago Tribune). Originally a war correspondent, he now writes fiction full-time. His novels include the Captain Alatriste series, The Flanders Panel, The Club Dumas, The Fencing Master, The Seville Communion, The Nautical Chart, The Queen of the South, and What We Become. His books have been published in fifty countries.He is a member of the Spanish Royal Academy. He lives near Madrid, Spain.

Reviews

Praise for The Queen of the South

"John Le Carre meets Gabriel Garcia Marquez...Pérez-Reverte has a huge following...and it's spreading."--The Wall Street Journal

"A modern-day epic...bearing the unmistakable ring of authenticity and a slam-bang narrative sure to resonate with legions of appreciative readers...All the core elements, after all, are here: love, violence, betrayal and honor."--Los Angeles Times

"The Da Vinci Code and The Rule of Four...pale in comparison with Pérez-Reverte novels...Pérez-Reverte shines in some white-knuckles action sequences...but his greatest triumph is [his] heroine."--Time Out New York

"Pérez-Reverte's literary thriller explodes with history, heartbreak [and] determination...An epic suspense story of heart and grit."--Entertainment Weekly (Editor's Choice)

"The hand of a master is apparent even in the novel's opening line...This sweeping tale of drug-running and intrigue...is an engrossing yet literary tale of an embattled heroine on the run for her life."--Seattle Post-Intelligencer

"A heart-stopping narrative...It's a rare novelist who can create a literary page-turner. Pérez-Reverte is one of those rarities."--The Denver Post