The long-awaited outcome of the “Red Queen” trilogy. More than 700,000 readers.

“What Gómez-Jurado is doing is, simply, the greatest magic trick in the history of thrillers.”ABC

The “Red Queen” trilogy has become an overwhelming success, conquering readers and critics alike. The peculiar couple of investigators formed by Antonia Scott and Jon Gutiérrez returns to bookstores in the third installment of the saga, where they will finally face the enigmatic White kingguaranteeing a spectacular ending to a story that has conquered a legion of readers.

Antonia Scott and Jon Gutiérrez return. And so did Mr. White. The peculiar pair of investigators created by Juan Gómez-Jurado returns to finally confront the enigmatic White King, guaranteeing a spectacular ending to a story that has hooked an entire legion of readers.

With more than a million copies sold in our country alone, Juan Gómez-Jurado’s novels are one of the most overwhelming publishing successes of recent years. The adventures of Antonia and Jon have remained on the best-seller lists for one hundred weeks in a row and have accumulated more than 5,000 reviews on Amazon. An editorial phenomenon also shared between the printed edition of the book and the digital one; In fact, a week before its publication, sales of the ebook Rey Blancor exceed 10,000 copies. Juan Gómez-Jurado is also the first Spanish writer to have emoji on Twitter for one of his characters: Antonia Scott. In this way, the digital platform wanted to pay tribute to one of the most charismatic literary characters of recent years.
Journalist and writer, Juan Gómez-Jurado (Madrid, 1977) has become the best-selling author of Spanish thrillers, conquering readers and critics alike thanks to his impeccably plotted intrigue, the charisma of his characters and the personal humor that the author distills on each page. The author currently collaborates in various media and is co-creator of podcasts Almighty y here are dragons.

«-The queen is the most powerful figure on the board –says the White King-. But no matter how powerful a chess piece she is, she must never forget that there is a hand that moves her.

“We’ll see about that,” answers Antonia.


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