By P. J. Brooke
The old urban of Granada is shiny with the spectacle of its Easter processions; its bars and streets brimming with existence. yet excessive within the adjoining Alhambra hills, gypsy guitarist Paco is located useless in a Sacromonte cave.
Sub-Inspector Max Romero is introduced in to enquire Paco's demise. An at first trouble-free inquiry, it quickly colors into anything extra sinister while Max unearths a hyperlink with an important estate hypothesis within the attractive Sacromonte valley lower than the Alhambra Palace; one who comprises laundered drug funds, urban corruption and Opus Dei.
As Max sinks ever deeper right into a political quagmire, he clashes with outdated foe Inspector Ernesto Navarro. He discovers that, even in shiny Granada, amid its attractiveness and drama, the useless can achieve out to the residing.
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They had not been able to agree upon anything for a long time. They had discussed various alternatives and sent the proposals back and forth. But when one of them finally suggested this place, the others had quickly assented, perhaps because they had run out of time. One of them took care of the food, while another went to Copenhagen and rented the clothes and wigs that were needed. Nothing would be left to chance. They even took the possibility of bad weather into account. m. on Midsummer's Eve, one of them put a big tarpaulin in his red duffel bag.
He had a meeting with Svedberg and Martinsson the next day, and he had to go to the doctor. He lay awake in the darkness for a long time. Two years ago he had thought about moving from the flat on Mariagatan. He had dreamed of getting a dog, of living with Baiba. But nothing had come of it. No Baiba, no house, no dog. Everything had stayed the same. Something's got to happen, he thought. Something that makes it possible for me to start thinking about the future again. m. before he finally fell asleep.
The fatigue wasn't natural. Something was wrong. He tried to think if he had other symptoms that could signal an illness. But apart from the fact that he sometimes woke in the middle of the night with leg cramps, he hadn't been able to think of anything. He knew how close to death he had been. He couldn't put it off any longer. He would make an appointment with the doctor that day. He started the engine, rolling down the windows as he drove on. Although it was already August, the heat of summer showed no sign of easing.
A Darker Night (Inspector Max Romero, Book 2) by P. J. Brooke