Journalists and writers from El País Juan Carlos Galindo and Berna González Harbour talk about literature in this event and, in particular, about the cities that act as settings in crime fiction. González Harbor gave Madrid the crime novel that the city had been waiting for with Verano en rojo (Destino ), now adapted for cinema. Thus began the series of the curator María Ruiz, who travels between the capital and Santander, and with which the author has won the Dashiell Hammett Award of the Gijón Black Week in 2020. Galindo has framed Hontoria, his debut in fiction (Salamandra), in Segovia, the city where he was born and grew up.
At the end of the event, the authors will sign copies of their books at the book stall on Calle Real.
Event in Spanish