The journalist and writer Marta Robles presents her novel "The girl you didn't know how to love" in the literary cycle 'Río de Letras'.
A work awarded with the 2019 Castellón Literature Literature Award for Narrative. The Madrid journalist and writer Marta Robles will be the next guest of the Blanquen literary cycle 'Río de Letras'.
After the passage of Ángeles Gónzalez-Sinde and Paul Pen, Marta will present in a virtual way her novel "The girl you didn't know how to love", a book awarded in 2019 with the Literature Narrative Prize of the Mediterranean of the city of Castellón, and that tells a story based on a dangerous investigation that will reveal a criminal plot of trafficking in women of unusual cruelty. The literary meeting will take place this Thursday, December 3, at 6 p.m.
and can be followed live in person at the Pedro Cano Foundation, limited capacity (make an appointment during the museum's hours) and online through the YouTube channel of the Blanca Town Hall. The girl you did not know how to love, a novel awarded in 2019 with the Literature of the Mediterranean fiction prize of the city of Castellón. Detective Tony Roures, cynical and sentimental, receives a visit at dawn from an old friend, Alberto Llorens, a photographer whom he believed to be happily married to a wealthy businesswoman from Castellón.
The sad reality, as he tells him, is that he has marital problems and has become a regular at the most famous hostess club in all of the Spanish Levante. There he met Blessing, a young Nigerian woman, tied to a trafficking organization for travel debt and a voodoo ritual.
After being botched operated for breast cancer, she becomes "spoiled merchandise" and is murdered.
It is then that Llorens receives threats and, scared, looks for Roures.
This begins a dangerous investigation that will reveal a criminal plot of trafficking in women of unusual cruelty. Marta Robles Marta Robles is a journalist and writer born in Madrid, June 30, 1963. Graduated in Information Sciences, in the branch of journalism, from the Complutense University of Madrid and has spent thirty years practicing her profession in all types of communication media. He began his professional career in Tiempo magazine and since then he has never stopped collaborating in different publications such as Man, Woman, Panorama, Elle, Wapa, XL Semanal, Carracter, El Magazine de La Vanguardia, La Gazeta de Salamanca, Grazia or La Razón . In television she has worked in Telecinco, Antena 3, TVE, Telemadrid, Canal Sur, Canal 10 and Dkiss, in all kinds of cultural and informative formats, almost always presented and directed by herself. On radio he has presented and directed programs on Cadena Ser, Onda Cero, Intercontinental Radio and EFE Radio, and has collaborated on Es Radio and Punto Radio. He has written eight fiction books: "The eleven faces of María Lisboa" (2001), "Diary of a pregnant woman in her forties" (2008), "Don Juan" (2009), "Luisa and the mirrors" (2013) Fernando Lara Award de Novela-, "Obscene, A less than five centimeters" (2017) finalist in the Silverio Cañada Award for a crime novel in Gijón-, "HNegra" (2017), "Bad luck" (2018) and "La chica que no you knew how to love "(2020) 2019 Prize for Narrative Castellón Letras del Mediterráneo-; and seven non-fiction novels: "The world in my hands" (1991), "The lady of the PSOE" (1992), "The chosen ones of fortune" (1999), "The catalog of the Oceanographic Park of Valencia" (2013 ), "Madrid me Marta" (2011), "You First" (2015) and "Do what you fear "(2016). He currently collaborates in La Razón, La Gazeta de Salamanca, Friends and Acquaintances (TVE), Objective Bienestar, El Cascabel (13TV) and Espejo Público (Antena 3). In addition, he participates and is the protagonist in conferences, round tables, colloquia and talks throughout Spain. Marta Robles has received numerous awards throughout her excellent professional career, including the TP de Oro, two Antenas de Oro and two de Palta, the Woman de Oro, the National Communication Award or the PR Award to the journalist most beloved of Madrid, in addition to the Fernando Lara Novel Prize. This Thursday's conference by Marta Robles will be presented and directed by Beatriz Sánchez, a writer, passionate about reading and president of the Blanca Cultural Association. "My name is Beatriz Sánchez, but when I write I am Beth Gren.
So far I have published two novels" Not until you tell me your name "(2019) and" A Thousand Ways to Fuck Your Neighbor "(2020).
Source: Ayuntamiento de Blanca