A La Vista
by Daniel Sada
Ponciano Palma and Sixto Araiza planned everything. They had to stimulate the greed of Serafn Faras, never too deep under the surface. He was a proprietor of the transport business, and an exploiter. First they told him of splendid lands he could buy at a giveaway price, then the three of them went there, and in that desert they shot him to death. They thought they had com...more
Unknown Binding, 240 pages
Published by Anagrama
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Daniel Sada was a Mexican poet journalist and author whose work has being hailed as one of the most important contrubutions to the Spanish language.More about Daniel Sada...