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Cita Con La Eternidad por Pedro Uris

Titulo del libro: Cita Con La Eternidad

Autor: Pedro Uris

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Irene was alone because she had fallen in love forever with a man she had never seen before, for that man only lived in the pages of books. Dale was a detective novel and as such was doomed to be left alone when the book reached its last page. Its past, and therefore its identity, was reduced to the cases in which it had intervened, in a dozen novels whose author had already died. The commissary had always been alone because the hunter"s murderous instinct, which nested in the depths of his soul, forced him to avoid human companionship. The dead of the square were also alone, although that did not make them different from the rest of the dead of history. The problem is that they also seemed to have been alone in life. So alone that, in the instant before his death, they did not even occupy the space in which they would lie forever. At least that is what the numerous witnesses who claimed that those corpses had suddenly appeared before their eyes. A detail that was of no importance to the commissary, since nothing and no one was going to prevent him from finding the culprit, even if he had to endure the company of a detective novel and a woman who questioned the consistency of the real world. What the commissary did not know was that this investigation was going to take them all to the gates of eternity ... Irene was alone because she had fallen in love forever with a man she had never seen before, for that man only lived in the Pages of books. Dale was a detective novel and as such was doomed to be left alone when the book reached its last page. Its past, and therefore its identity, was reduced to the cases in which it had intervened, in a dozen novels whose author had already died. The commissary had always been alone because the hunter"s murderous instinct, which nested in the depths of his soul, forced him to avoid human companionship. The dead of the square were also alone, although that did not make them different from the rest of the dead of history. The problem is that they also seemed to have been alone in life. So alone that, in the instant before his death, they did not even occupy the space in which they would lie forever. At least that is what the numerous witnesses who claimed that those corpses had appeared before their eyes. A detail that was of no importance to the commissary, since nothing and no one was going to prevent him from finding the culprit, even if he had to harden the company of a detective novel and a woman who questioned the consistency of the real world. What the commissary did not know was that this investigation would take them all to the gates of eternity ...