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Publication Date: Jul 7, 2020

688 pp

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ISBN: 978-1-59051-843-4

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Breathing Through the Wound

A Novel

by Víctor del Árbol Translated by Lisa Dillman

“The reveals provide multiple gut punches that require readers to reevaluate their assumptions…Noir fans will get their money’s worth.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Del Árbol proves he’s adept at creating richly drawn characters and weaving their disparate stories, building to a shattering, violent climax.” —Library Journal

“If you’re looking for something on the literary end of the eurocrime spectrum, Breathing Through the Wound is an attractive proposition―full of vivid and unsettling storytelling.” —Sydney Morning Herald

“A gothic cathedral of a novel. In one corner you will find a dark thriller, in another a humorous noir, in another a poetic existentialist text. This novel magnificently breathes in different atmospheres. A major work.” —Ernesto Quiñonez, author of Bodega Dreams

“[Breathing Through the Wound] is the definitive confirmation of Víctor’s talent as a writer.” —La República Cultural

“A novel that entangles you in a spider’s web from which it’s impossible to escape…Critics are right to call del Árbol’s novel a blend of Carlos Ruiz Zafón and Stieg Larsson.” —Colegio de Abogados de Barcelona

Praise for A Million Drops:

“Darkly engrossing…[A Million Drops] defies categorization, pulling together the best elements of historical fiction, psychological thrillers, and literary character studies.” —Washington Post

“A mystery on an epic scale, extending over decades, generations, and nations…Meticulously plotted and stylishly written, this is a page-turner with fresh twists and surprises right up to the very end.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“This blockbuster novel by an award-winning Spanish author…succeeds as historical fiction, a thriller, and a detective story.” —Library Journal (starred review)

“Del Árbol, a gifted storyteller, keeps the pages turning even as he probes the dark, compromised souls of his characters.” —Chicago Tribune