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Pedro de Paz

Pedro de Paz (Madrid 1969). After spending more than fifteen years working in computing, in 2002 Pedro de Paz decided to recover his dormant talent as a writer that he had first discovered in his adolescence. His first novel, El hombre que mató a Durruti (Germania, 2004), brought together two of his abiding passions: the historical period of the Spanish Civil War and the detective story. Since then, he has developed his literary career with the works Muñecas tras el cristal ( 2006), contributions to the short story anthology La vida es un bar (2006) and his most recent novel, El documento Saldaña (2008).

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