Leonardo Padura

Havana Blue

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The previous two Padura novels, Havana Red and Havana Black were widely praised in the US and the UK and are in their third reprints. They are Bitter Lemon’s best selling titles with sales of over 15,000. Padura’s masterful prose and eye for detail evoke the Havana that millions of tourists have come to know: crumbling architecture, peeling paintwork and a pulsating, searing sensuality beneath the tropical sun. With a growing reputation in the U.S we expect reviews to continue to support Padura in Publishers Weekly, The New York Times Books Review (Marion Stasio is a fan), Washington Post Book World, and by both mystery and literary reviewers on www: Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind.com, I Love a Mystery, Cluelass Reviews, BookSlut.com, NatCreole.com, ChasingRay.com, and more. Examples of previous Padura reviews: “Another winner from Bitter Lemon Press.” New York Times “Conde’s quest follows the basic rhythm of the whodunit, but Padura syncopates it with brilliant riffs on Cuban sex, society, religion, even food.” The Independent “Well-plotted second volume of the seething, steaming Havana Quartet. … Padura grounds his tale against a backdrop of governmental corruption, the broken promises of the Cuban revolution and the difficult relations between those Cubans who fled the Castro regime and those who stayed.” Publishers Weekly “Padura’s powerful writing creates an atmospheric picture of a turbulent city, illuminated by
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    The informant explained that, it being the early hours of 1 January and after being at a party where she and her friends and work colleagues had seen in the New Year, the informant returned home accompanied by the said Rafael Morín Rodríguez and that after checking that their mutual son was asleep in his bedroom with the informant’s mother, they went to their bedroom and got into bed, and that the following morning, when the informant woke up, citizen Rafael Morín had already left the house, but that initially she was not particularly worried because he often went out without saying where he was going.

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