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El Capitan Alatriste

El Capitan Alatriste by A.C. Perez-Reverte, ISBN: 9788420483535
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El Capitan Alatriste

Diego Alatriste is a swordsman in a dangerous and corrupt seventeenth-century Spain, where his services are requested to settle debts or restore a family's reputation. When he is hired by the Holy Inquisition to kill two mysterious travelers, guests of the British ambassador, he knows he is in serious trouble. A hard-to-put-down story.

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