Donde nadie te encuentre / Where No One Will Find You
Novel , 2011
A psychiatrist from La Sorbonne, specialised in criminal minds, travels to Barcelona in 1956 to study the case of Teresa Pla Meseguer, a woman accused of twenty-nine deaths, known as La Pastora (the shepherdess). She is the resistance fighter most wanted by the Civil Guard, and has become a popular legend because she remains free. A Barcelona journalist seems to possess key information regarding this person. A memorable, fast-paced story that rediscovers an episode from our past, narrated with the skill of a master storyteller.
Awarded the Nadal Prize in 2011.