Can two miniature paintings bring down a government?
When a young woman is bequeathed two paintings - presumed destroyed during the siege of Madrid in 1936 - a simple errand becomes a deadly chase.
The new blood of Europe encounters the old Blood of Spain, revealing secret allegiances and ambitions of power, as an international cast of characters journey to the dark soul of Spain's ignoble past.
Greed, envy, vanity, pride and lust fuel a murderous hunt for ... vengeance? supremacy? or truth?
After Goya will change your idea of Spain.More info →
A collection of the best contributions drawn from the first eight issues of Barcelona INK, the city’s English language literary magazine.
Includes contributions by poets such as Sam Abrams, Philip Levine, P.J. Kavanagh and Joan Margarit; journalists and commentators such as Stephen Burgen, Màrius Serra and Matthew Tree; writers such as David C. Hall, Richard Gwyn and Haarlson Phillipps, as well as interviews with Ian Rankin, Rupert Thomson and Colm Tóibín, plus much more.
A very different perspective on the popular Catalan capital.More info →