Like so many crime novels, 'Death on a Galician Shore 'opens with the discovery of a body, in this case that of Justo Castelo, a fisherman. His corpse is found washed up near the harbour of the quiet fishing village of Panxon and the death appears to be a simple suicide. However, the results ... Read review
Engaging characters, deft plot, essence of Galicia nicely created
None to speak of
"...village of Panxon and the death appears to be a simple suicide. However, the results of the victim's post mortem raise several questions for police inspector Leo Caldas and his assistant, Rafael Estevez, supporting the view of the victim's sister that Justo Castelo did not kill himself. The investigation leads Caldas to retrace the case of a shipwreck over a decade earlier in which Castelo had been one of three sailors who managed to swim to shore, ..."
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