What happened to Bárbara Molina? Her body was never found. No evidence was ever found to put the culprit behind bars. A call from a mobile can drastically change the fate of many people...

Poisoned words is the story of an action-packed day, working against the clock, whose three main characters are close to Bárbara Molina, who mysteriously goes missing at the age of fifteen after a violent incident. An enigma that neither inspector Lozano or the family have managed to solve in four years and which, however, coincidentally, now offers new keys for interpretation. Sometimes, the truth is hidden in the darkness and is only lit up when a door is suddenly opened. A story of lies, secrets, deceit and false appearances that adds salt to the wound of unquestionable myths. A spine chilling tale that analyses the hypocrisy of modern society.
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2011 National Award for Children's and Young Adult Literature


Rights sold to The Netherlands, Brazil, Korea, Russia, Italy, France, Mexico, Argentina, Hungary, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Czech Republic and Greece.

ISBN: 978-84-236-9650-5
Code: 091354
Publication date: 11/03/2010
256 pages
Size: 13.0cm x 20.5cm. Paperback
Cover price: 12.70 
Theme:Children's / Teenage fiction and true stories
Carranza, Maite

<b>Maite Carranza </b>was born in Barcelona in 1958. She holds a degree in Anthropology and after a period of teaching, she devoted her career to writing (literature and audiovisual scripts). Since then, she has published more than 60 books and has achieved important literary awards and recognitions, here and abroad, such as -to mentioned a few- Folch y Torres, Joaquim Ruyra, Critics award Serra d’Or, edebé children's, edebe Young-Adult's, White Ravens, Protagonista Jove, Banco libro Caracas, as well as, the Spanish National Award in 2011.<br/> <br/> In 2014, she also received the Cervantes Chico Award for its entire career in children and young adult literature.<br/> <br/> Her children and young-adult literature work has been translated to more than 30 languages, becoming probably the most translated Spanish children alive author.

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