Jorge Zepeda Patterson is a journalist, novelist, and political analyst. He has been the director of several Mexican newspapers and was the founder of Siglo 21, a groundbreaking publication throughout the 1990s. He currently runs Sinembargo, a leader in Mexican news sites, and writes a weekly column that is published in sixteen different newspapers. His debut novel, Los corroptores, was a finalist for the El Premio Hammett Prize, and his second novel, Milena, won the Planeta Prize. His novels have been translated into more than ten languages.
Achy Obejas has translated the works of Junot Díaz, Rita Indiana, Wendy Guerra, and many others. She’s the author of The Tower of Antilles, which was nominated for the PEN/Faulkner Award, the PEN Open Book Award, and several other honors. Her other books include Days of Awe and Ruins.
A fast-paced mystery where Murder on the Orient Express meets the Tour de France—someone’s killing off cyclists one by one.
There are cyclists willing to die to win a single stage of the Tour, taking suicidal descents at more than 90 kilom...[SEE MORE]