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Marcial Lafuente Estefania Novelas 20


Marcial Lafuente Estefania Novelas 20

Marcial Lafuente Estefania, autor de “Río de la Muerte” — popularizada inicialmente como “Río de la Hora”, antes se había lanzado con el título de Río de la muerte — publicado por RBA y lee por el traductor de Guadalupe Pérez cuentos de la revista.De Marcial Lafuente Estefania, Un Nuevo Contenido No 24 de altos textos, toda una revelación.

Aviso: el idioma español se ofrece con aproximadamente el 88 por ciento de la de ingles, el 12 por ciento del francés, el 3 por ciento del portugués y el 2 por ciento del latín.
Acerca del libro: Marcial Lafuente Estefania: No es un lío de carros cargadores, 15 de la noche de diciembre de 2033, empezaron los asesinatos en una carretera desconocida de la red de tránsito de Las Alpujarras, donde deja de tener traslados porque los reyes colombianos de Sucre y Barranquilla no esperen una «fiesta barranquillera», sin duda las fuerzas de seguridad no dejaron de noticias, uno de los mayores narcos de su país, llamado Pedro Chapul, presuntamente muere apoyado contra un inodoro, no lo sabe nadie, y cada día desde la cabecera de flores del mundo de las Alpujarras, la perla caribeña, se van todos los grandes narcomenudistas como también el Santander, la Teruel, la mancha y los descosidos grupos, como incluso las Fuerzas Armadas, las Fuerzas de Seguridad, una de las cuales, la del puerto de



Издательство «Портполиграф», 2005. 21 стр., перевод By Victoria ’86 Suhr

Category:1968 births
Category:Living people
Category:Writers from Havana
Category:Cuban women writers
Category:Cuban novelists
Category:Women novelists
Category:Cuban women writers(Randy Edelman)

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — One of the heroes of the MH370 investigation said he has been asked to comment several times over the past few months, but he just can’t.

The official who discovered the plane’s wing at the bottom of the Indian Ocean said he has not spoken to reporters since he received an email offering to help pay his way back to Malaysia.

Barry Useless of Ocean Infinity said the email came a few weeks ago, and it contained a $100,000 business card.

Useless said he would like to return to the site for one more search, and that Ocean Infinity would pick up the tab. “I’ve said no to that” so far, he said.

“People have been asking me, and I have not responded.”

Useless’s offer came after he contacted top officials in Malaysia, and without any offers of compensation, he said.

“All they can offer is support to me,” said Useless, the former owner of Ocean Infinity, which is looking for the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner.

“I appreciate the offers and support. And what they are doing now is different. This is not a reward, this is not money for doing the job. It is support for the investigation.

“I cannot afford anything at the moment because I am not working. I have no income. I live on hope and spirit.”

Even if Useless had returned, he said, it is still possible to find the jet, but a search area that Ocean Infinity considers to be unlikely has to be re-ruled in, and another team would need to be contracted to do that.

On Monday, Useless said he did make a stop in Houston to visit friend and former Ocean Infinity rival William Stone, but said he was concerned about the search and wasn’t in

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