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Lilith (eNovel II)

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Lilith
Lilith Book Cover, written by José Carlos Blandino
Lilith Book Cover, written by José Carlos Blandino
Author(s) José Carlos Blandino
Language Spanish
Publisher Jirones de Azul
Publication date June 15, 2012
Media type eBook
Paperback
Length 298 Pages
ISBN 978-8492868674
ASIN B008C9JN40

For other uses of the name Lilith, see Lilith (disambiguation).

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).


Lilith is a Spanish language eNovel written by José Carlos Blandino. In this work, the Queen of the Succubi Lilith appears.


Overview

  • Title: Lilith
  • Author: José Carlos Blandino
  • Editor: Jirones de Azul
  • Published By: Jirones de Azul
  • Language: Spanish
  • Length: 298 Pages
  • Format: eBook & Paperback
  • ASIN: B008C9JN40
  • ISBN-10: 8492868678
  • ISBN-13: 978-8492868674
  • Publishing Date: June 15, 2012


Summary

Spanish Summary

En Sevilla se están produciendo unos extraños y cruentos asesinatos en serie que traen de cabeza al inspector al frente del caso, José Nicolás Almagro. Ni policía ni forenses comprenden qué está sucediendo... estas muertes desafían toda lógica criminalística.

La llegada de un peculiar sacerdote mexicano ofrecerá una irracional explicación, que arrastrará a Almagro a una desigual lucha. En ella se enfrentará al más pérfido de los seres: la reina de los súcubos o demonios femeninos, que sedienta de sangre y muerte se pasea por las calles de la ciudad, seduciendo con su exuberante belleza a los ingenuos que tienen el infortunio de cruzarse en su camino.

Pero el inspector no estará solo en esta batalla...

Lilith, una novela en la que Sevilla se convierte en el escenario de una lucha que dura desde siempre.

English Translation of Summary

In Seville, a series of strange and bloody murders brings Inspector Jose Nicolas Almagro to investigate the case. He discovers that the police cannot solve the case nor can the morgue explain how the victims died.

Almagro meets with a strange Mexican priest who offers an unbelievable explanation of what is happening. He finds himself facing the most treacherous of beings: the queen of the succubi Lilith and her demons that thirst for blood and walk the streets of the city. Their victims falling to their beauty and power.

Seville will become the scene of a fight that has lasted since the beginning of time, but the inspector will not be alone in this fight.


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