Matilde Asensi

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Matilde Asensi in Madrid Book Fair (2008).

Matilde Asensi Carratalá (born 1962) is a Spanish journalist and writer, specialised mainly in historical novels.

Asensi was born at Alicante.

She studied journalism at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, and she later worked for three years in the service of news of Radio Alicante-SER and Radio Nacional de España (RNE, Spanish National Radio) as the person in charge of local and provincial news. She was also correspondent for Agencia EFE and provincial contributor in the newspapers La Verdad and Información.


  • 1999 – El salón de ámbar
  • 2000 – Iacobus
  • 2001 – El último Catón (translated into English, 2006, as "The Last Cato" by Pamela Carmell)
  • 2003 – El origen perdido
  • 2004 – Peregrinatio
  • 2006 – Todo bajo el cielo
  • 2007 – Tierra firme
  • 2010 - Venganza en Sevilla
  • 2011 - Martin ojo de plata
  • 2012 - La conjura de Cortés

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