Ildefonso Falcones

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Ildefonso Falcones de Sierra
Ildefonso Falcones en la Iglesia de Santa Maria del Mar.jpg
Ildefonso Falcones in the church of Santa Maria del Mar in 2008.
Born 1958
Barcelona, Spain
Occupation author and lawyer
Language Spanish
Genre historical fiction

Ildefonso Falcones de Sierra (born 1958) is a Spanish lawyer and writer from Barcelona.[1]

He became famous with the historical thriller Cathedral of the Sea, published in 2006, and set in medieval Barcelona.[2] His second novel is La mano de Fátima (2009), his third La Reina Descalza (2013).

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