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Only One Thing Missing

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Winner of the prestigious International Prize, Luis Manuel Ruiz’s Only One Thing Missing is a heart-stopping thriller that takes us through the labyrinthine streets of contemporary Seville, the desolate walkways of an unmapped urban dreamscape, and to the devil-worshiping underworld of medieval Lisbon.

The novel centers on Alicia, a young woman who has recently lost her hus
Hardcover, 308 pages
Published January 9th 2003 by Grove/Atlantic (first published October 2nd 2002)
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