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Characters Ï PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Dolores Redondo A killer at large in a remote Basue Country valley a detective to rival Clarice Starling myth versus reality masterful storytelling – the Spanish bestseller that has taken Europe by stormShortlisted for the CWA International DaggerThe body of a teenage girl has been found on th. A gripping Spanish murder mystery with a hint of supernatural superstition the first in a trilogy is a brilliant start to exploring the Basue region of the countryInspector Amaia Salazar returns to her childhood home as she investigates a spate of killingsYoung girls are being found on the banks of the River Baztan each being left in a certain way that sparks rumours of a serial killerThe region also has it's own myths and legends with talk of Basajaun a bigfoot like creature stalking the woodsThis debut is dripping with tension as the folklore really helps transport the reader into the books locationSalazar herself is such a strong gutsy character who not only has to prove that she is the right person to solve the case in a primary male environment but her own person demons from her own childhood that is revealed through various flashbacks

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El guardián invisible Summary ↠ 2 ¼ A killer at large in a remote Basue Country valley a detective to rival Clarice Starling myth versus reality masterful storytelling – the Spanish bestseller that has taken Europe by stormShortlisted for the CWA International DaggerThe body of a teenage girl has been found on the banks of the River Baztn th E banks of the River Baztn the second in a month Soon rumours are flying in the village of Elizondo Is this the work of a serial killer or something even sinisterInspector Amaia Salazar leads the investigation returning to the Basue country where she was born Shrouded in mist and. I just want to say before I review this book that it's very handy to have all three books to read Or perhaps as audiobooks as I did Well the first book did I have both as a paperback and audiobook but I preferred listening to them The narrator is fabulous Anyway they are so good all three and it's like one book split into three parts So get all threeIn The Invisible Guardian do we get introduced to Amaia Salazar who will lead the investigation of the death of the teenage girl found on the banks of the River Baztán She herself has grown up in the village of Elizondo close to where the girl was found and returning there with her husband who is an American artist will bring back dark memories Her childhood was very traumatic and this still affects her life Then the killer strikes again Is there a serial killer loose or is it the Basajaun who is killing the girls The Invisible Guardian is just my kind of book with an interesting main character who has to return home to a town that has a lot of superstitions I love small town settings when it comes to crime novels especially towns with secrets The setting of the town of Elizondo in a Basue valley added to my interest since I knew nothing about the history of the Basue people and this was like taking a step back in time to a superstitious time I uite liked getting to know about the invisible guardian the Basajaun a creature of Basue mythology that is said to protect the forests The Invisible Guardian is a great book that I recommend warmly

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El guardián invisibleSurrounded by forest it conceals a terrible secret from Amaia’s childhood that has come back to haunt herFacing the superstitions of the village Amaia must fight the demons of her past in order to catch the killer But what is the dark presence she senses lurking in the shadows. Another slice of literary European crime set in the Basue region of Spain Although I did find a certain familiarity with the style of the writing the historical and social detail of an area largely unknown to me than compensated for the linear aspect of the plotting I found the exploration of local superstitions woven into the plot incredibly interesting and likewise the references to the Spanish Inuisition added another layer to the sometimes pedestrian characterisation of the police protagonists Salazar was a strong enough lead for the investigative strand of the plot and I enjoyed the trials and tribulations of her fiery family that punctuated the book and the visitation of the past that occurs for her but overall she was too similar to many female detectives that have proceeded her in the genre to really make much of an impact Well written and engaging enough overall and would still recommend for the insight into the Basue history and region