Target in the night / Ricardo Piglia ; translated from the Spanish with an introduction by Sergio Waisman.
Piglia, Ricardo author.
|Other author/creator||Waisman, Sergio Gabriel, translator, writer of introduction.|
|Format||Book and Print|
|Publication Info||Dallas, Texas : Deep Vellum Publishing, |
|Description||x, 267 pages ; 21 cm|
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|Uniform title||Blanco nocturno. English|
|Abstract||A passionate political and psychological thriller set in a remote Argentinean Pampas town, Target in the Night is an intense and tragic family history reminiscent of King Lear, in which the madness of the detective is integral to solving crimes. Target in the Night, a masterpiece, won every major literary prize in the Spanish language in 2011.|
|Abstract||Tony Duran, a mysterious foreigner born in Puerto Rico and educated in New Jersey, is murdered in a village in Buenos Aires. Before dying, he'd arrived with the beautiful Belladona sisters, the twins Ada and Sofia, daughters of one of the most important families in the area.|
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|Joyner||General Stacks||PQ7798.26.I4 B4313 2015||✔ Available||Place Hold|