By David Peace
«La autopsia tras l. a. muerte de l. a. niña de diez años Clare Kemplay ha revelado que fue torturada, violada y estrangu¬lada. l. a. policía de West Yorkshire retiene los detalles exactos de las lesiones, pero el inspector jefe George Oldman, en una rueda de prensa ofrecida hoy a primera hora, calificaba los angeles extrema crueldad del asesinato de “difícil de concebir”.» 1974, West Yorkshire, se acerca l. a. Navidad. Eddie Dunford, corresponsal de sucesos del night put up, empieza a tener firma en los angeles cabecera del periódico. los angeles desaparición de una niña de diez años –cuyo cadáver aparece en un sunlight en construcción, con unas sadly de cisne cosidas a l. a. espalda– es su primer gran reto profesional. El periodista recuerda antiguos casos sin resolver de niñas desaparecidas y encuentra un vínculo entre los crímenes. Turbios manejos inmobiliarios, concejales sobornados y policías corruptos se interpondrán en su investigación… David Peace, en su serie de cuatro novelas pink using (de los angeles que 1974 es l. a. primera), «ha hecho por los angeles región de West Yorkshire lo que Raymond Chandler y James Ellroy hicieron por Los Ángeles» (Yorkshire Post). Una narración vertiginosa, violenta, atroz, en l. a. que se combinan datos históricos e imágenes mentales, presente y recuerdos, realidad y sueño. Un autor que se ha convertido en un nuevo clásico, el más prestigioso de los angeles novela negra de hoy.
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Langdon checked his watch. M. “You just crossed six time zones,” the pilot offered. M. ” Langdon reset his watch. ” He rubbed his stomach. ” The pilot nodded. “Altitude sickness. We were at sixty thousand feet. You’re thirty percent lighter up there. Lucky we only did a puddle jump. If we’d gone to Tokyo I’d have taken her all the way up-a hundred miles. ” Langdon gave a wan nod and counted himself lucky. All things considered, the flight had been remarkably ordinary. Aside from a bone-crushing acceleration during take off, the plane’s motion had been fairly typical-occasional minor turbulence, a few pressure changes as they’d climbed, but nothing at all to suggest they had been hurtling through space at the mind-numbing speed of 11,000 miles per hour.
You’re thirty percent lighter up there. Lucky we only did a puddle jump. If we’d gone to Tokyo I’d have taken her all the way up-a hundred miles. ” Langdon gave a wan nod and counted himself lucky. All things considered, the flight had been remarkably ordinary. Aside from a bone-crushing acceleration during take off, the plane’s motion had been fairly typical-occasional minor turbulence, a few pressure changes as they’d climbed, but nothing at all to suggest they had been hurtling through space at the mind-numbing speed of 11,000 miles per hour.
Kohler coughed and shifted in his chair. “Many of the Illuminati,” Langdon continued, “wanted to combat the church’s tyranny with acts of violence, but their most revered member persuaded them against it. ” Langdon was certain Kohler would recognize the name. Even nonscientists were familiar with the ill-fated astronomer who had been arrested and almost executed by the church for proclaiming that the sun, and not the earth, was the center of the solar system. Although his data were incontrovertible, the astronomer was severely punished for implying that God had placed mankind somewhere other than at the center of His universe.
1974 by David Peace