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READ Ú El último cliente (Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1) Õ [KINDLE] ✽ El último cliente (Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1) By Jacinto Rey – Citybells.co.uk Una madrugada una mujer aparece ahorcada en una barcaza en un canal de msterdam Todo apunta a ue se trata de un suicidio hasta ue un segundo cadver es [KINDLE] El último cliente (Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1) By Jacinto Rey Citybells.co.uk Una madrugada una mujer aparece ahorcada en una barcaza en un canal de msterdam Todo apunta a ue se tra.

READ Ú El último cliente (Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1) Jacinto Rey was born in Vigo Spain in After completing his studies of Economics in Spain and the UK he has worked for several multinational companies Polyglot and widely travelled he has lived for the past two decades in France and GermanyHis first novel El cirujano de Las Indias published in highlights the contradictions of the Spanish colonization in America In he El último PDF/EPUB ² made his first foray into crime fiction with El ltimo cliente which starts the series with Amsterdam police inspector Cristina Molen other books El hombre de El Cairo and La mscara del dragn Dile a Marie ue la uiero is his sixth novelOfficial Author Site.

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  • Adriana Marcela Ayuso

    READ Ú El último cliente (Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1) El último cliente , Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1Good


  • C A Stephens

    READ Ú El último cliente (Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1) El último cliente , Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1Overall I enjoyed this and purchased the other two books in the series on the basis of reading this one The hero is a police inspector Christina Molen in Amsterdam A brilliant but flawed maverick of course with a tendency to avoid close personal relationships of course so a little clichéd but likeable A decent plot which kept me turning the page For me the most convincing parts were the relationships between Christina and her boss and her work colleague Lisa There was warmth and humour here and it seemed that the author was confident to let the characters develop and be themselves Less convincing was the relationship between Ch


  • Joanne

    READ Ú El último cliente (Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1) El último cliente , Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1If it wasn't that I read this to help me build on my Spanish I would not have finished it The story is largely unbelievable and by the end I didn't care who the murderer was The author obviously loves old films and had a very annoying habit of finding ways to refer to a scene in whichever old movie came to his mind this was very distracting and added nothing to the plot The one


  • Amazon Customer

    READ Ú El último cliente (Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1) El último cliente , Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1A new writer to me and always a bit wary about authors who write stories set in other countries Decent storyline well paced and not too much distracting detail Switches between narrative times are not clearly signalled and it sometimes takes a page of so to realise the narrative has flicked to Flashback for example Will definitely be trying the next in the series Review in Eng


  • Mark Twain

    READ Ú El último cliente (Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1) El último cliente , Inspectora Cristina Molen nº 1Lovers of crime novels and of Amsterdam will enjoy this yarn Lots of interesting strands but a bit anti climatic in conclusion Not sure the authors continual asides to movies or to moments of philosophical reflection work Biggest issue is that I didn't much care what happened to the protagonist Christine or to any of the characters