The Argentinean writer Guillermo Martínez, known for his novel The Oxford Murders, translated into forty languages and made into a film by Álex de la Iglesia, presents his latest novel, Los crímenes de Alicia, winner of the 2019 Nadal Novel Prize. In this story, the famous Professor of Logic, Arthur Seldom, and a young Mathematics student join forces to get to the bottom of the mystery of why a page torn out of Lewis Carroll’s diary is so important. A series of crimes is triggered with the apparent goal of stopping the secret of this page coming to light. The Peruvian author Luis Hernán Castañeda will talk about his new novel El imperio de las mareas, a dystopia about a flooded Lima and families that break up and try to survive. In conversation with Johann Page.