Book: The Barcelona Journal Murders - The Trials and Tribulations of a Photographer in 1906 by Jonathan Coan Daifukucategories: Book, Visit Barcelona, 1900, Plot Oriented, Non-Digital Photography, Love Story, Richly Detailed, Edwardian, Mediterranean, Catalan, Spain, European, Historical Fiction
Jonathan Coan Daifukuabout this book: Trained as an architect, I'm a US expat who has lived in Barcelona for the last couple of decades so when I decided to write Historical Fiction it seemed natural that I use my current city as the backdrop for my writing.
The Barcelona Journal Murders (BJM) is for lovers of historical fiction. This is a plot-oriented book: when elaborately tied and strangled prostitutes began turning up in the historic sector of old Barcelona, our hero, a 1906 photographer, gets drawn into a riddle-filled who-done-it story by a happenstance. BJM is also a love story; of love found, love lost and love newly found again.
Very descriptive, BJM is intended for those interested in the following: historical mystery, or the brave origins of non-digital photography, or European Mediterranean cultures in the 1900's, or simply those who have visited Barcelona in the past and loved the city as well as those who plan a return visit or first visit here.
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