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Paco Ignacio Taibo & Héctor Belascoarán Shayne Detective Novel

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It is an extract from “Le Avventure di Héctor Belascoarán” a novel written  by Paco Ignacio Taibo,  Mexican writer and Novelist.

Taibo has lived in Mexico City since 1958 when His family fled from Spain to escape the fascist dictatorship of Francisco Franco.

Taibo II (or PIT, as he likes to be called) is a Mexican Intellectual, Historian, Professor, Journalist, Social Activist, Union Organizer, and world-renowned Writer.

Widely known for his policial novels, he is considered the Founder of the Neopolicial Genre in Latin America and is the President of the International Association of Policial Writers.

One of the Most Prolific Writers in Mexico today, over 500 editions of his 51 books have been published in 29 countries and over a dozen languages, and include novels, narrative, historical essays, chronicles, and poetry.

Some of PIT’s novels have been mentioned among the “Books of the Year” by The New York Times, Le Monde, and the Los Angeles Times.

He has received numerous Awards including the Grijalbo, the Planeta/Joaquin Mortiz in 1992, the Dashiell Hammett three times for his policial novels, and the 813 for the best police novel published in France.

His biography of Ernesto “Che” Guevara (Ernesto Guevara, tambien conocido como el Che, 1996) has sold over half a million copies around the world and won the 1998 Bancarella Book of the Year award in Italy.

PIT’s readership has developed into a cult following. Once when he gave a talk about Mexican Independence hero Miguel Hidalgo in Mexico City, his presentation turned into a rally.

His readers consider him their friend and when his presentations are over, people approach him to give him gifts such as cigarettes, apples, and sodas.

A Socially- and Politically-Conscious writer, PIT’s Writings respond to and speak of the Social Pressures he experienced as a young man and allow him to tell What’s behind every Criminal Story: Corruption and Repression of the Political sSstem in Mexico.

A Militant and Veteran of the 1968 Student Movement in Mexico, his Book 68 (2004), inspired by the Events of that year and direct Personal Experience, tells the story of the Movement including the Tlatelolco Massacre of Student Protesters in Mexico City by government troops: At the La Plaza de las Tres Culturas, thousands of people were arrested, hundreds killed, and hundreds are still missing. To date nobody has been held accountable for these crimes.

Some of PIT’s most popular Works include the Series of around Mexican independent Detective called Héctor Belascoarán Shayne introduced in the novel Días de combate.

PIT wrote 8 more novels with this Character.Other novels include: Muertos incómodos (The Inconvenient Dead) (with Subcomandante Insurgente Marcos), Cuatro manos (Four Hands), Sombra de la sombra (Shadow of the Shadow), Amorosos fantasmas, and Temporada de Zopilotes: Una historia narrativa sobre la Decena Trágica (Buzzards´ season: A narrative history about the Ten Tragic Days).

PIT organizes the ‘Semana Negra’ (“The Noir Week”), a crime fiction festival held every year in Gijón, Spain.

This article is provided by:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paco_Ignacio_Taibo_II

Please, I need Info about Paco Ignacio Taibo for an important Interview on an English Magazine On Line. Contact Me at: StefaniaTardino@Gmail.Com.

Thanks for Your Kind Attention. 

Stefania. 

 

 


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