You Have to Tell

You Have to Tell When an influential journalist is brutally murdered the investigation reveals the chilling consequences of the current social media explosion and a plan that some would go to any lengths to concealBu

  • Title: You Have to Tell
  • Author: J. Sanclemente
  • ISBN: 9781453264096
  • Page: 306
  • Format: ebook
  • When an influential journalist is brutally murdered, the investigation reveals the chilling consequences of the current social media explosion and a plan that some would go to any lengths to concealBusiness editor Belarmino Su rez, a.k.a Krugman, was rud to be on the payroll of the rich and powerful before he was found murdered in his Barcelona home with pages from hiWhen an influential journalist is brutally murdered, the investigation reveals the chilling consequences of the current social media explosion and a plan that some would go to any lengths to concealBusiness editor Belarmino Su rez, a.k.a Krugman, was rud to be on the payroll of the rich and powerful before he was found murdered in his Barcelona home with pages from his newspaper, El Universal, stuffed in his mouth Detective Juli n Ortega, who relies not on a forensic lab but on old school methods of investigation and deduction to get results, takes charge of the case He finds himself under pressure, not only from Spain s largest media group, but also from a government preparing for elections Meanwhile, intuitive and determined crime reporter Leire Castell travels to New York and puts her life at risk to carry out her own research Hampered by the demands of a newspaper in crisis, she joins forces with ex lover Ortega to uncover why a renowned investigative journalist was silenced forever.

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    About “J. Sanclemente

    • J. Sanclemente

      Jos Sanclemente is an economist and media expert He has been CEO of one of Spain s largest media groups, Grupo Zeta a board member of Antena 3 TV president of the Association of Spanish Newspaper Editors AEDE founder and promoter of ADN newspaper and director of La Casa Editorial El Tiempo He currently acts as a business consultant to newspaper companies and is a member of the advisory committee of Grupo La Informaci n, among others Sanclemente lives in Alella, Barcelona, and spends part of his time in New York You Have to Tell is his first novel.

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    • Murder under the sunSet in Barcelona, the story begins when Carlos Marin is handed photos showing his wife committing adultery. But on the way home his briefcase is stolen and the photos disappear. Marin is about to sell the company he and his wife own and is torn between confronting her and keeping up a front till the sale goes through. Meantime at El Universal newspaper, news comes in that Belarmino Suarez, the business editor, has been murdered. The only connection seems to be that Suarez and [...]


    • Oh this book had so much potential, and then it ends up being so disappointing. A note to all editors and proof readers: You can really kill a book by being sloppy. To begin with, the characters aren't really explored. You get some background information, but that is mostly only a love affair between the two main characters. Other than that, there isn't much. Other characters aren't explored at all, and just described to let the reader know whether they're 'good' or 'bad'.Despite the fact that L [...]


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