Guardian halfwits

Claire Armitstead, Tom Rob Smith, Lindesay Irvine, Laura Wilson, Tim Maby: “Marc Pastor joins us to talk about his latest novel – the first to be translated into English – and how he’s putting a new sub-genre on the map: Barcelona Gothic.” Zafón, Shadow of the wind, total sales ca 15 million. Or doesn’t he count?

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