Two of the most outstanding and best-selling Spanish authors of recent years discuss the art of writing about love and suspense. With his characteristic narrative virtuosity, master of crime fiction, Javier Castillo delves into the mysteries of the everyday, where the most primal fears remain hidden in his most recent novel Todo lo que sucedió con Miranda Huff (‘Everything that happened with Miranda Huff’), a fast-paced psychological thriller in which it seems impossible to find Miranda alive. Elísabet Benavent presents Toda la verdad de mis mentiras (‘The Whole Truth About My Lies’), an original novel that tackles the contradictions of a group of friends who are forced to lie to stop feeling. A fun and surreal journey, where everything can happen and which speaks of the truth behind all the lies. Both authors talk to Macarena Berlín, director and presenter of the programme Los muchos libros on Cadena SER.