Julia Navarro is one of Spain’s most widely recognized authors. With a background as a journalist, Navarro has sold millions of copies of her nonfiction and fiction titles around the world, and her books are available in more than 30 countries. After writing several books on politics, she published her first novel, La Hermandad de la Sábana Santa (The Brotherhood of the Holy Shroud), in 2010, which stayed at the top of the bestseller charts in Spain for months. La Biblia de barro (The Bible of Clay) and La sangre de los inocentes (The Blood of the Innocent) strengthened her prestige among critics and the public.
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