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Un juego de niños

Author: Donna Tartt; Gemma Rovira Ortega
Publisher: Barcelona : Lumen, 2014.
Series: Narrativa (Editorial Lumen)
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : Spanish : Primera edición con este formatoView all editions and formats
Summary:
RESUMEN: La determinación de una niña de doce años por llegar al fondo del crimen que se llevó a su hermano cuando ella era solo un bebé en el estado de Misisipi.
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Genre/Form: Spanish language materials
Fiction
Historical fiction
Bildungsromans
Romans, nouvelles, etc
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donna Tartt; Gemma Rovira Ortega
ISBN: 9788426400314 8426400310
OCLC Number: 871345414
Description: 858 pages ; 23 cm
Series Title: Narrativa (Editorial Lumen)
Other Titles: Little friend.
Responsibility: Donna Tartt ; traducción de Gemma Rovira.

Abstract:

RESUMEN: La determinación de una niña de doce años por llegar al fondo del crimen que se llevó a su hermano cuando ella era solo un bebé en el estado de Misisipi.

Harriet Dusfresnes is a child in Mississippi, haunted by the murder of her brother when she was just a baby. He was found hanging from a tree in their backyard; his killer was never identified, nor did the family ever recover. Only Harriet's teenage sister might have seen what happened that day, and she has blocked it out from her memory. Harriet grows up immured by the family's lasting grief, living mostly in a world of her own imagination. But her dead brother Robin is a link to lost happier times. Therefore, in the summer of her twelfth year, she decides to find his murderer and exact her revenge ...

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