El museo de los espejos/ The Museum of Mirrors

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El museo de los espejos/ The Museum of Mirrors by Manglano, Luis Montero, 9788401022272
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  • ISBN: 9788401022272 | 8401022274
  • Cover: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 12/17/2019

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En el bicentenario del Prado, unos cruentos asesinatos relacionados con las obras del museo empañan las celebraciones. Una joven copista y un experto en simbología serán los únicos capaces de resolver los crímenes.
 
El museo del Prado, una de las pinacotecas más importantes del mundo, se prepara para celebrar su bicentenario.
 
Entre los actos conmemorativos se incluye la convocatoria de la Beca Internacional de Copistas. Seis aspirantes de todo el mundo han sido seleccionados para participar en ella. Entre ellos está Judith, una resuelta treintañera de caótica existencia y aficionada al bourbon nieta de un célebre pintor irlandés, que pretende seguir los pasos de su abuelo.
 
Cuando uno a uno los aspirantes van cayendo asesinados de forma sangrienta, Judith se dará cuenta de que las muertes están relacionadas con obras icónicas del museo que iban a copiarse. Con ayuda de Guillermo, un misterioso y estrafalario joven dotado de una extraordinaria capacidad para interpretar símbolos, Judith  tendrá que desenmascarar al asesino antes de que ella misma se convierta en una nueva víctima.

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On the bicentennial of the Prado museum, some bloody murders related to the museum’s artworks tarnish the celebrations. A young copyist and an expert in symbology are the only people capable of solving the crimes.
 
The Prado museum, one of the most important art spaces in the world, is preparing to celebrate its bicentennial.
 
Among the commemorative acts is the opening of the International Copyist Grant. Six candidates from around the world have been selected to participate in the contest. Among them is Judith, a determined thirty-something with a chaotic existence and a fondness for bourbon, who is the granddaughter of a famous Irish painter and intends to follow in her grandfather’s footsteps.
 
When one by one the candidates begin to be brutally murdered, Judith realizes that their deaths are related to the iconic works from the museum that were going to be copied. With the help of Guillermo, a mysterious, eccentric young man with an extraordinary ability to interpret symbols, Judith must expose the killer before she, too, becomes a victim.

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