Pedro de Paz

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Pedro de Paz (born Madrid, 26 October 1969) is a Spanish writer.

After working in computing for more than 15 years, de Paz decided in 2002 to try a career in literature. His first novel, El hombre que mató a Durruti (2004), won the José Saramago Novel Competition [1][2]. The novel was translated into English and published by ChristieBooks in its Read and Noir series. De Paz' literary output is mainly in the field of police and crime novels. He also writes articles and short stories, some of them published in various anthologies and magazines.


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