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The gullible who saw the Santa Muerte

A young spanish man arrives in Mexico City because of a great job opportunity. This unlucky and funny gullible, inadvertently, gets involved in a corrupt criminal circle. His hilarious misfortunes become dangerous adventures when he becames some hitmen´s target.
The story is inhabited by diverse characters in an exotic mexican atmosphere. A tale filled with humor, love and fear. It is a colorful black thriller.

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By José P. Mirón 12 July 2017 in Amazon

I liked very much in general, I recomend it to anyone that enjoys a good book .

By Sali 6 October 2017 in Amazon

I liked it, is amusing, it wasn´t hard to finish or "see" the story as I was reading it.

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Novel seeks translator

From spanish and "mexican" to english

Novel has spanish and mexican slang. It is not easy task to translate it because the "three" languages have to be mastered. If you are interested in the challenge, please contact me bellow.

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Author´s photograh: E.Montero Santalla

I live between two countries ( Mexico and Spain), two different worlds of the hispanic universe. My stories travel from one side to the other of the Atlantic Ocean and the Globalization.
It took me a while to start writting, until one day I grabbed my life experience and squezze it to drain a fresh and spicy book. I hope you enjoy it.

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