From Amazon’s Top 100 Books sold in the USA, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Mexico and Spain.
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The book that many readers have compared with The Silence of the Lambs.

Soon adapted for the big screen.

A debut psychological thriller that will forever change the way you look at other people's lives.

“After the hit saga Misión Verne and The Cloud, Mario Escobar sweeps us up in a riveting adventure set against the backdrop of the financial crisis, the dark nooks and crannies of power, and the city of London.”

Comments from readers on Amazon:
“This is an entertaining read, a really interesting story full of intrigue. When I got to the ‘To Be Continued’ spot, I was on the edge of my seat waiting for the second part... Good thing it’s ready now so I can keep reading.”
Claudine Bernardes

“This one grabs you from the very beginning. It’s enjoyable and light but captivating. It’s an easy read, and you learn history as you go. I highly recommend it. It really draws you in.”
Dancas

“It’s got a dynamic, well-constructed plot. I totally recommend it. It’s so current day. It’s a quick read, and you don’t feel the time going by. It draws you in right away.”
Rrivas

“One breathless night to save his family and discover the mystery locked inside his patient”

The plot of the novel The Circle:
The famous psychiatrist Solomon Lewin has left his humanitarian work in India to serve as the chief psychiatrist at the Center for Psychological Illness located in London's Square Mile financial district. Though well paid, the job is monotonous, and Solomon is also going through a rough patch in his marriage with Margaret. He begins scrutinizing the more mysterious cases of the center’s long-term residents hoping to find something worth his time. When he comes across the chart of Maryam Batool, a young broker from London who has lived in the center for seven years, his life will change forever.
Maryam Batool is an orphan from Pakistan who became one of the most promising female employees of the financial institution General Society, but in the summer of 2007, at the start of the financial crisis, the young broker loses her mind and tries to kill herself. Since then she has been stuck, able only to draw circles yet unable to understand their meaning. 
A snow storm looms over the city at the start of the Christmas holidays. Before Christmas Eve dinner, Solomon receives an urgent call from the center to come at once: Maryam has attacked a nurse and seems to be awakening from her long stupor.
Solomon heads downtown in the snow, clueless that this will be the most difficult night of his life. The psychiatrist does not trust his patient, the police are after them, and his family seems to be in danger. The only way to protect himself and those he loves is to discover what “The Circle” is and why everyone seems to want his patient dead. It’s a surprise ending and a mystery you won’t believe.

What is hiding in the City of London? Who is behind the biggest business center in the world? What is the truth behind “The Circle”? Can Solomon save his family? 

From Amazon’s Top 100 Books sold in the USA, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Mexico and Spain. 

Soon adapted for the big screen. 

This book contains The Circle— the first single. 

“After the hit saga Misión Verne and The Cloud, Mario Escobar sweeps us up in a riveting adventure set against the backdrop of the financial crisis, the dark nooks and crannies of power, and the city of London.” 

Comments from readers on Amazon: 
“This is an entertaining read, a really interesting story full of intrigue. When I got to the ‘To Be Continued’ spot, I was on the edge of my seat waiting for the second part... Good thing it’s ready now so I can keep reading.” 
Claudine Bernardes 

“This one grabs you from the very beginning. It’s enjoyable and light but captivating. It’s an easy read, and you learn history as you go. I highly recommend it. It really draws you in.” 
Dancas 

“It’s got a dynamic, well-constructed plot. I totally recommend it. It’s so current day. It’s a quick read, and you don’t feel the time going by. It draws you in right away.” 
Rivas 

“One breathless night to save his family and discover the mystery locked inside his patient” 

The plot of the novel The Circle: 
The famous psychiatrist Solomon Lewin has left his humanitarian work in India to serve as the chief psychiatrist at the Center for Psychological Illness located in London's Square Mile financial district. Though well paid, the job is monotonous, and Solomon is also going through a rough patch in his marriage with Margaret. He begins scrutinizing the more mysterious cases of the center’s long-term residents hoping to find something worth his time. When he comes across the chart of Maryam Batool, a young broker from London who has lived in the center for seven years, his life will change forever. 
Maryam Batool is an orphan from Pakistan who became one of the most promising female employees of the financial institution General Society, but in the summer of 2007, at the start of the financial crisis, the young broker loses her mind and tries to kill herself. Since then she has been stuck, able only to draw circles yet unable to understand their meaning. 
A snow storm looms over the city at the start of the Christmas holidays. Before Christmas Eve dinner, Solomon receives an urgent call from the center to come at once: Maryam has attacked a nurse and seems to be awakening from her long stupor. 
Solomon heads downtown in the snow, clueless that this will be the most difficult night of his life. The psychiatrist does not trust his patient, the police are after them, and his family seems to be in danger. The only way to protect himself and those he loves is to discover what “The Circle” is and why everyone seems to want his patient dead. It’s a surprise ending and a mystery you won’t believe. 

What is hiding in the City of London? Who is behind the biggest business center in the world? What is the truth behind “The Circle”? Can Solomon save his family? 
 From Amazon’s Top 100 Books in Spanish sold in the USA, France, Germany, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and Spain 
“After the success of The Circle, with tens of thousands of copies sold, Mario Escobar hits another home run with this adventure thriller set against the backdrop of tax havens, dirty money, and the millions of people fighting to survive.” 

Comments about Caribbean Island from Amazon readers: 
“I read this practically in one big gulp, and that’s not my MO. The frenetic pace of the story grabs you. It’s more than just a mystery—it oozes a disconcerting aura of suspense from start to finish. Like The Circle, there’s this feeling of being on pins and needles till the very end, and then comes the bang-up surprise ending. The high-octane action demands a sense of “long-suffering reading,” in that you can’t figure out the truth, which, of course, shatters the ego of a well-seasoned reader. The primary story line (in my opinion) about the durability of feelings between a couple is incredibly interesting (it reminds me of “it is not the durability of love but rather the durability of affection that holds a couple together” by K. Axelos I saw on EPS this weekend, for the way an extreme situation can draw us together when we thought we had drifted apart... I’m quoting from memory: “Despite a lifetime together they did not know each other”); and so is the storyline of a daughter dependent on the reference point of her parents. There are also lots of demons, a heavy presence of Evil in this book. The hurricane in the plot line to me is like the perfect storm in the interior life of the main characters. Life is complicated and almost always contradictory. We all face fears and longings, and here we read about how these unfold for one particular group in a gut-wrenching situation, when they’re pushed to the limit. For sure, just like with The Circle, when I finished reading it I left it open to go back and reread, not to understand it better but just to discover more shades and hues of a very engrossing story. Hats off to the author.” 
Luzv2read 

“I bought this book to have something to read on an upcoming flight to Hawaii, but when it finished downloading I thought I’d give it a quick look...big mistake. I couldn’t stop reading and finished it way before my trip even started!” 
Elisabeth Argueta 

“I really loved this book! Once you start, you can’t stop. And I did not see that ending coming. It leaves you with really mixed feelings.” 
Christian M. 

“Killer plot. Mario Escobar truly has us trapped in this novel, to the very end when we crash hard against everything we thought would be the finale.” 
Luis 

“With a hurricane bearing down on an island in the Caribbean, one man and his wife must catch a killer and save their daughter from the murderer’s clutches.” 

The plot of the novel Caribbean Island 
London policeman Edward Rod, after a bout of depression, accepts a post as chief inspector on a Caribbean island. His wife Margaret is about to walk out on him and take their daughter back to England, but a series of unexpected crimes requires them to stay on the island as the most virulent hurricane in two decades is brewing off the coast. 
Out of the blue, Edward’s daughter is kidnapped by the dangerous serial killer supposedly behind all the recent crimes. Edward and Margaret race against the clock to save their daughter, but time runs out, and the crimes keep piling up. 
Muna is an Iraqi Christian refugee working as the island’s scuba instructor, but she’s hiding a terrible secret. Samia, a luxury prostitute, seems to be the only witness who can identify the murderer. 
Who is really behind the deaths of several millionaires on one of the world’s most loaded tax havens? 
Why is money leaking out of their accounts? Can Edward save his daughter in the middle of a category 5 hurricane? 
  From Amazon’s Top 100 Books in Spanish sold in the USA, France, Germany, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and Spain
“After the success of The Circle, with tens of thousands of copies sold, Mario Escobar hits another home run with this adventure thriller set against the backdrop of tax havens, dirty money, and the millions of people fighting to survive.”

Comments about Caribbean Island from Amazon readers:
“I read this practically in one big gulp, and that’s not my MO. The frenetic pace of the story grabs you. It’s more than just a mystery—it oozes a disconcerting aura of suspense from start to finish. Like The Circle, there’s this feeling of being on pins and needles till the very end, and then comes the bang-up surprise ending. The high-octane action demands a sense of “long-suffering reading,” in that you can’t figure out the truth, which, of course, shatters the ego of a well-seasoned reader. The primary story line (in my opinion) about the durability of feelings between a couple is incredibly interesting (it reminds me of “it is not the durability of love but rather the durability of affection that holds a couple together” by K. Axelos I saw on EPS this weekend, for the way an extreme situation can draw us together when we thought we had drifted apart... I’m quoting from memory: “Despite a lifetime together they did not know each other”); and so is the storyline of a daughter dependent on the reference point of her parents. There are also lots of demons, a heavy presence of Evil in this book. The hurricane in the plot line to me is like the perfect storm in the interior life of the main characters. Life is complicated and almost always contradictory. We all face fears and longings, and here we read about how these unfold for one particular group in a gut-wrenching situation, when they’re pushed to the limit. For sure, just like with The Circle, when I finished reading it I left it open to go back and reread, not to understand it better but just to discover more shades and hues of a very engrossing story. Hats off to the author.”
Luzv2read 

“I bought this book to have something to read on an upcoming flight to Hawaii, but when it finished downloading I thought I’d give it a quick look...big mistake. I couldn’t stop reading and finished it way before my trip even started!”
Elisabeth Argueta

“I really loved this book! Once you start, you can’t stop. And I did not see that ending coming. It leaves you with really mixed feelings.”
Christian M.

“Killer plot. Mario Escobar truly has us trapped in this novel, to the very end when we crash hard against everything we thought would be the finale.”
Luis

“With a hurricane bearing down on an island in the Caribbean, one man and his wife must catch a killer and save their daughter from the murderer’s clutches.”

The plot of the novel Caribbean Island
London policeman Edward Rod, after a bout of depression, accepts a post as chief inspector on a Caribbean island. His wife Margaret is about to walk out on him and take their daughter back to England, but a series of unexpected crimes requires them to stay on the island as the most virulent hurricane in two decades is brewing off the coast.
Out of the blue, Edward’s daughter is kidnapped by the dangerous serial killer supposedly behind all the recent crimes. Edward and Margaret race against the clock to save their daughter, but time runs out, and the crimes keep piling up.
Muna is an Iraqi Christian refugee working as the island’s scuba instructor, but she’s hiding a terrible secret. Samia, a luxury prostitute, seems to be the only witness who can identify the murderer.
Who is really behind the deaths of several millionaires on one of the world’s most loaded tax havens?
Why is money leaking out of their accounts? Can Edward save his daughter in the middle of a category 5 hurricane?
 From Amazon’s Top 100 Books in Spanish sold in the USA, France, Germany, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and Spain 
“After the success of The Circle, with tens of thousands of copies sold, Mario Escobar hits another home run with this adventure thriller set against the backdrop of tax havens, dirty money, and the millions of people fighting to survive.” 

Comments about Caribbean Island from Amazon readers: 
“I read this practically in one big gulp, and that’s not my MO. The frenetic pace of the story grabs you. It’s more than just a mystery—it oozes a disconcerting aura of suspense from start to finish. Like The Circle, there’s this feeling of being on pins and needles till the very end, and then comes the bang-up surprise ending. The high-octane action demands a sense of “long-suffering reading,” in that you can’t figure out the truth, which, of course, shatters the ego of a well-seasoned reader. The primary story line (in my opinion) about the durability of feelings between a couple is incredibly interesting (it reminds me of “it is not the durability of love but rather the durability of affection that holds a couple together” by K. Axelos I saw on EPS this weekend, for the way an extreme situation can draw us together when we thought we had drifted apart... I’m quoting from memory: “Despite a lifetime together they did not know each other”); and so is the storyline of a daughter dependent on the reference point of her parents. There are also lots of demons, a heavy presence of Evil in this book. The hurricane in the plot line to me is like the perfect storm in the interior life of the main characters. Life is complicated and almost always contradictory. We all face fears and longings, and here we read about how these unfold for one particular group in a gut-wrenching situation, when they’re pushed to the limit. For sure, just like with The Circle, when I finished reading it I left it open to go back and reread, not to understand it better but just to discover more shades and hues of a very engrossing story. Hats off to the author.” 
Luzv2read 

“I bought this book to have something to read on an upcoming flight to Hawaii, but when it finished downloading I thought I’d give it a quick look...big mistake. I couldn’t stop reading and finished it way before my trip even started!” 
Elisabeth Argueta 

“I really loved this book! Once you start, you can’t stop. And I did not see that ending coming. It leaves you with really mixed feelings.” 
Christian M. 

“Killer plot. Mario Escobar truly has us trapped in this novel, to the very end when we crash hard against everything we thought would be the finale.” 
Luis 

“With a hurricane bearing down on an island in the Caribbean, one man and his wife must catch a killer and save their daughter from the murderer’s clutches.” 

The plot of the novel Caribbean Island 
London policeman Edward Rod, after a bout of depression, accepts a post as chief inspector on a Caribbean island. His wife Margaret is about to walk out on him and take their daughter back to England, but a series of unexpected crimes requires them to stay on the island as the most virulent hurricane in two decades is brewing off the coast. 
Out of the blue, Edward’s daughter is kidnapped by the dangerous serial killer supposedly behind all the recent crimes. Edward and Margaret race against the clock to save their daughter, but time runs out, and the crimes keep piling up. 
Muna is an Iraqi Christian refugee working as the island’s scuba instructor, but she’s hiding a terrible secret. Samia, a luxury prostitute, seems to be the only witness who can identify the murderer. 
Who is really behind the deaths of several millionaires on one of the world’s most loaded tax havens? 
Why is money leaking out of their accounts? Can Edward save his daughter in the middle of a category 5 hurricane? 
From Amazon’s Top 100 Books sold in the USA, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Mexico and Spain. 

Soon adapted for the big screen. 

This book contains of The Circle— the second single. 

“After the hit saga Misión Verne and The Cloud, Mario Escobar sweeps us up in a riveting adventure set against the backdrop of the financial crisis, the dark nooks and crannies of power, and the city of London.” 

Comments from readers on Amazon: 
“This is an entertaining read, a really interesting story full of intrigue. When I got to the ‘To Be Continued’ spot, I was on the edge of my seat waiting for the second part... Good thing it’s ready now so I can keep reading.” 
Claudine Bernardes 

“This one grabs you from the very beginning. It’s enjoyable and light but captivating. It’s an easy read, and you learn history as you go. I highly recommend it. It really draws you in.” 
Dancas 

“It’s got a dynamic, well-constructed plot. I totally recommend it. It’s so current day. It’s a quick read, and you don’t feel the time going by. It draws you in right away.” 
Rrivas 

“One breathless night to save his family and discover the mystery locked inside his patient” 

The plot of the novel The Circle: 
The famous psychiatrist Solomon Lewin has left his humanitarian work in India to serve as the chief psychiatrist at the Center for Psychological Illness located in London's Square Mile financial district. Though well paid, the job is monotonous, and Solomon is also going through a rough patch in his marriage with Margaret. He begins scrutinizing the more mysterious cases of the center’s long-term residents hoping to find something worth his time. When he comes across the chart of Maryam Batool, a young broker from London who has lived in the center for seven years, his life will change forever. 
Maryam Batool is an orphan from Pakistan who became one of the most promising female employees of the financial institution General Society, but in the summer of 2007, at the start of the financial crisis, the young broker loses her mind and tries to kill herself. Since then she has been stuck, able only to draw circles yet unable to understand their meaning. 
A snow storm looms over the city at the start of the Christmas holidays. Before Christmas Eve dinner, Solomon receives an urgent call from the center to come at once: Maryam has attacked a nurse and seems to be awakening from her long stupor. 
Solomon heads downtown in the snow, clueless that this will be the most difficult night of his life. The psychiatrist does not trust his patient, the police are after them, and his family seems to be in danger. The only way to protect himself and those he loves is to discover what “The Circle” is and why everyone seems to want his patient dead. It’s a surprise ending and a mystery you won’t believe. 

What is hiding in the City of London? Who is behind the biggest business center in the world? What is the truth behind “The Circle”? Can Solomon save his family? 

Mario Escobar is a historian and writer with more than 40 published titles, and his work has been translated into over twenty languages. His essays and novels have already conquered hundreds of thousands of readers. 

Book Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBhSDCXUbAU 
From Amazon’s Top 100 Books sold in the USA, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Mexico and Spain. 

Soon adapted for the big screen. 

This book contains The Circle— the third single. 


“After the hit saga Misión Verne and The Cloud, Mario Escobar sweeps us up in a riveting adventure set against the backdrop of the financial crisis, the dark nooks and crannies of power, and the city of London.” 

Comments from readers on Amazon: 
“This is an entertaining read, a really interesting story full of intrigue. When I got to the ‘To Be Continued’ spot, I was on the edge of my seat waiting for the second part... Good thing it’s ready now so I can keep reading.” 
Claudine Bernardes 

“This one grabs you from the very beginning. It’s enjoyable and light but captivating. It’s an easy read, and you learn history as you go. I highly recommend it. It really draws you in.” 
Dancas 

“It’s got a dynamic, well-constructed plot. I totally recommend it. It’s so current day. It’s a quick read, and you don’t feel the time going by. It draws you in right away.” 
Rrivas 

“One breathless night to save his family and discover the mystery locked inside his patient” 

The plot of the novel The Circle: 
The famous psychiatrist Solomon Lewin has left his humanitarian work in India to serve as the chief psychiatrist at the Center for Psychological Illness located in London's Square Mile financial district. Though well paid, the job is monotonous, and Solomon is also going through a rough patch in his marriage with Margaret. He begins scrutinizing the more mysterious cases of the center’s long-term residents hoping to find something worth his time. When he comes across the chart of Maryam Batool, a young broker from London who has lived in the center for seven years, his life will change forever. 
Maryam Batool is an orphan from Pakistan who became one of the most promising female employees of the financial institution General Society, but in the summer of 2007, at the start of the financial crisis, the young broker loses her mind and tries to kill herself. Since then she has been stuck, able only to draw circles yet unable to understand their meaning. 
A snow storm looms over the city at the start of the Christmas holidays. Before Christmas Eve dinner, Solomon receives an urgent call from the center to come at once: Maryam has attacked a nurse and seems to be awakening from her long stupor. 
Solomon heads downtown in the snow, clueless that this will be the most difficult night of his life. The psychiatrist does not trust his patient, the police are after them, and his family seems to be in danger. The only way to protect himself and those he loves is to discover what “The Circle” is and why everyone seems to want his patient dead. It’s a surprise ending and a mystery you won’t believe. 

What is hiding in the City of London? Who is behind the biggest business center in the world? What is the truth behind “The Circle”? Can Solomon save his family? 

¿Qué es la masonería? ¿Cuándo se fundó? ¿Cuál es su poder? ¿Qué personajes de la historia y la actualidad son masones?

Estados Unidos es el país más poderoso de la Tierra. Desde su fundación, una sociedad secreta, la masonería, ha seducido a sus más ilustres políticos, pensadores y economistas. Washington, Monroe, Roosevelt o Reagan… Se estima que al menos 18 de los 44 presidentes han sido masones; pero también lo fueron muchos vicepresidentes, miembros del Tribunal Supremo y secretarios de Estado. La fundación de la capital federal estuvo jalonada de ritos masónicos; los arquitectos de varios de los edificios más importantes fueron asimismo masones. Escritores, músicos, filósofos, fundadores de sectas como el mormonismo, los Testigos de Jehová o el Adventismo del Séptimo Día, fueron también hermanos masones. Y en la actualidad se piensa que más de tres millones de estadounidenses pertenecen a alguna logia. 

La presente obra analiza las influencias de la masonería en las artes, la literatura y el cine, y describe las logias de carácter católico, como los Caballeros de Colón. El tema de las sectas fundadas o inspiradas por la masonería nos acercará a la influencia de esta organización a nivel religioso y espiritual, así como a la relación con la Nueva Era, el Ocultismo y algunos de los movimientos neopaganos. Con una amplia bibliografía, este libro muestra la influencia de la masonería en la potencia más grande del orbe. ¿Tuvo la Constitución Norteamericana, la más antigua del mundo, inspiración masónica? ¿Cuál es la influencia de la masonería en la actualidad?

• Para los amantes de los misterios

• Historia de una de las instituciones más influyentes del mundo

• Comprende las cuestiones culturales en las Américas

 From Amazon’s Top 100 Books in Spanish sold in the USA, France, Germany, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, and Spain 
“After the success of The Circle, with tens of thousands of copies sold, Mario Escobar hits another home run with this adventure thriller set against the backdrop of tax havens, dirty money, and the millions of people fighting to survive.” 

Comments about Caribbean Island from Amazon readers: 
“I read this practically in one big gulp, and that’s not my MO. The frenetic pace of the story grabs you. It’s more than just a mystery—it oozes a disconcerting aura of suspense from start to finish. Like The Circle, there’s this feeling of being on pins and needles till the very end, and then comes the bang-up surprise ending. The high-octane action demands a sense of “long-suffering reading,” in that you can’t figure out the truth, which, of course, shatters the ego of a well-seasoned reader. The primary story line (in my opinion) about the durability of feelings between a couple is incredibly interesting (it reminds me of “it is not the durability of love but rather the durability of affection that holds a couple together” by K. Axelos I saw on EPS this weekend, for the way an extreme situation can draw us together when we thought we had drifted apart... I’m quoting from memory: “Despite a lifetime together they did not know each other”); and so is the storyline of a daughter dependent on the reference point of her parents. There are also lots of demons, a heavy presence of Evil in this book. The hurricane in the plot line to me is like the perfect storm in the interior life of the main characters. Life is complicated and almost always contradictory. We all face fears and longings, and here we read about how these unfold for one particular group in a gut-wrenching situation, when they’re pushed to the limit. For sure, just like with The Circle, when I finished reading it I left it open to go back and reread, not to understand it better but just to discover more shades and hues of a very engrossing story. Hats off to the author.” 
Luzv2read 

“I bought this book to have something to read on an upcoming flight to Hawaii, but when it finished downloading I thought I’d give it a quick look...big mistake. I couldn’t stop reading and finished it way before my trip even started!” 
Elisabeth Argueta 

“I really loved this book! Once you start, you can’t stop. And I did not see that ending coming. It leaves you with really mixed feelings.” 
Christian M. 

“Killer plot. Mario Escobar truly has us trapped in this novel, to the very end when we crash hard against everything we thought would be the finale.” 
Luis 

“With a hurricane bearing down on an island in the Caribbean, one man and his wife must catch a killer and save their daughter from the murderer’s clutches.” 

The plot of the novel Caribbean Island 
London policeman Edward Rod, after a bout of depression, accepts a post as chief inspector on a Caribbean island. His wife Margaret is about to walk out on him and take their daughter back to England, but a series of unexpected crimes requires them to stay on the island as the most virulent hurricane in two decades is brewing off the coast. 
Out of the blue, Edward’s daughter is kidnapped by the dangerous serial killer supposedly behind all the recent crimes. Edward and Margaret race against the clock to save their daughter, but time runs out, and the crimes keep piling up. 
Muna is an Iraqi Christian refugee working as the island’s scuba instructor, but she’s hiding a terrible secret. Samia, a luxury prostitute, seems to be the only witness who can identify the murderer. 
Who is really behind the deaths of several millionaires on one of the world’s most loaded tax havens? 
Why is money leaking out of their accounts? Can Edward save his daughter in the middle of a category 5 hurricane? 
Based on the true story of a brave German nurse tasked with caring for Auschwitz’s youngest prisoners.

“Auschwitz Lullaby grabbed my heart and drew me in. A great choice for readers of historical fiction.” —Irma Joubert, author of The Girl from the Train

Auschwitz Lullaby brings to life the story of Helene Hannemann—a woman who sacrificed everything for family and fought furiously for the children she hoped to save.

On an otherwise ordinary morning in 1943, Helene Hannemann is preparing her five children for the day when the German police arrive at her home. Helene’s worst fears come true when the police, under strict orders from the SS, demand that her children and husband, all of Romani heritage, be taken into custody. Though Helene is German and safe from the forces invading her home, she refuses to leave her family—sealing her fate in a way she never could have imagined.

After a terrifying trek across the continent, Helene and her family arrive at Auschwitz and are thrown into the chaos of the camp. Her husband, Johann, is separated from them, but Helene remains fiercely protective of her children and those around her. When the powers-that-be discover that Helene is not only a German but also a trained nurse, she is forced into service at the camp hospital, which is overseen by the notorious Dr. Mengele himself.

Helene is under no illusions in terms of Dr. Mengele’s intentions, but she agrees to cooperate when he asks her to organize a day care and school for the Romani children in the camp. Though physically and emotionally brutalized by the conditions at Auschwitz, Helene musters the strength to protect the children in her care at any cost. Through sheer force of will, Helene provides a haven for the children of Auschwitz—an act of kindness and selflessness so great that it illuminates the darkest night of human history.

Based on a true story, Mario Escobar’s Auschwitz Lullaby demonstrates the power of sacrifice and the strength of human dignity—even when all hope seems lost.

Top 100 Amazon de anteriores obras como: El Círculo, El país de las Lágrimas, Misión Verne o El reino del cielo. 
El autor más vendido en castellano durante el año 2015.

Segundo Single de cuatro del libro La máquina del tiempo. 

Citas de Prensa:
“Mario Escobar viene a sumarse a la revitalización de los suspenses…por parte de firmas anglosajonas como las de Alan Furst, John Lawton o Robert Wilson”.
Que Leer

“Escobar ha dado con una de las claves de este mercado editorial online”.
ABC Cultural, Laura Revuelta. 

“Mario Escobar domina una clave que ha conquistado a esa gran masa de lectores que determina la lista de libros más vendidos, y que han adoptado autores como Carlos Ruíz Zafón, Ildefonso Falcones, Matilde Asensi, Javier Sierra y Julia Navarro: ese cóctel de religión, historia e intriga que se ha convertido en la gran arca literaria de lo que va de milenio”.
Con ojo de lector, Nueva Jersey, Carlos Espinosa

Comentarios lectores Amazon:
"Me encantó el libro lleno de aventura y suspense donde pones la imaginación a volar. Lo recomiendo para aquellos personas que le gusta la aventura". 
Gladys Marin
"Excelente material, gran escritor, me arriesgue con el libro y gane, lo amo excelente para leer en el kindle, yo lo he leido dos veces y mi pareja también, facil de leer y muy entretenido". Manuel Briceño.
"Excellent combination of history, action, adventure". Miguel Luna
Descubre en esta emocionante aventura personajes como Albert Einstein, Alan Turing, Heinrich Himmler, Hans Kammler o el miembro de las Ahnenerbe Franz Althein. 

Argumento:
Año 1941. Myles y sus compañeros no han conseguido recuperar la caja misteriosa, un jerarca nazi la ha transportado a Berlín. Tras su regreso a Londres comprobarán que los alemanes están intentando fabricar una máquina del tiempo. Con la ayuda de Albert Einstein intentarán descubrir la posibilidad de viajar en el tiempo. Myles Tendra que escapar del corazón mismo del Tercer Reich y averiguar que planean los nazis, para ello tendrán que enfrentarse al temible Franz Althein y viajar al pasado.
¿Cómo resumir la historia de 520 millones de personas? ¿Cómo condensar en un libro 112 años de historia del movimiento pentecostal y carismático? ¿Cómo narrar los 100 años de historia de las Asambleas de Dios en el mundo y los 50 años de historia en España? Déjeme que le cuente una historia: un niño observa unos zapatos desgastados sobre una erosionada plataforma de madera. Al fondo se escuchan algunos himnos; la música del órgano intenta engañar al frío que se cuela por todas partes en la inmensa carpa amarilla. El predicador termina su mensaje y un centenar de personas avanza hacia el frente, mientras las voces de algunas mujeres siguen entonando viejos himnos de perdón y de redención. El niño también se aproxima. Desde su pequeñez observa la gran figura del predicador, que le parece un gigante, pero le llaman la atención los zapatos. Desgastados, pero limpios, esos zapatos tienen muchas cosas que contarle: sueños y frustraciones, milagros y esperanzas que no llegaron a cumplirse. Cuando el niño levanta la vista ya han pasado treinta y cinco años; los gigantes se han convertido en hombres, pero él sigue mirando sus zapatos: ellos le indicarán el camino.

How do you summarize the history of 520 million people? How do you condense 112 years of history of the pentecostal and charismatic movements into one book? How do you recount the Assembly of God’s 100 years of history in the world and 50 years of history in Spain? By starting with a story: a boy sees a pair of worn-out shoes on an old wooden platform. In the background he can hear a few hymns, and the organ music distracts him from the cold seeping in from all sides of the huge yellow tent. The preacher finishes his message, and a hundred people flock to the front while the voices of a few women keep singing old choruses of pardon and redemption. The small boy walks up front and observes the great figure of the preacher, who seems like a giant to him. But the shoes are what capture his attention. Worn-out but clean, those shoes have stories to tell: dreams and frustrations, miracles and disappointed hopes. When the boy looks up, thirty-five years have gone by; the giants have become men, but he keeps studying their shoes. They will show him the way.
Libros de Mario Escobar Top 100 Amazon España, Estados Unidos, Alemania, Francia, Canadá, Reino Unido y Australia.

Su libro El Círculo ha sido el thriller de suspenso más vendidos en 2015.
Lectores:
«El personaje de Allan Haddon resulta todo un acierto y nos deja con la esperanza de que estemos ante una nueva serie que, sin duda, resultará un éxito.» Miguel Ángel Gómez Juárez, Me gustan los libros.

«Mario Escobar concibe la literatura como una gran evasión, no exenta de conocimientos antropológicos e históricos. No nos debe extrañar que sus obras se traduzcan a tantos idiomas y por qué triunfa de manera rotunda en México.» Javier Velasco,Todo Literatura

«El gran acierto de las novelas de Mario Escobar es ofrecernos una lectura apasionante, además de invitarnos a mirar la historia desde una perspectiva diferente, y disfrutar con sus ciudades misteriosas y tesoros ocultos.» Miguel Ángel Gómez, Me gustan los libros

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2020: Europa tiene una profunda crisis política y económica. La Unión Europea se hunde, sumida en un clima de profundos cambios políticos, ascenso de los populismo de izquierdas, el fascismo y el creciente racismo.
El antropólogo Allan Haddon está en Alemania dando una serie de conferencias cuando una joven negra llamada Ruth Keer le pide ayuda. Al parecer, su padre, antes de morir, le encargó a su hija adoptiva que enviara unos comprometedores papeles de la Ahnenerbe, la agencia creada por Himmler para el estudio de la «herencia ancestral», a un famoso antropólogo del Vaticano. Pero tanto los papeles y el antropólogo han desaparecido.
Allan y Ruth recorren el Viejo Continente para desenmascarar un acuerdo secreto que, además de ocultar un escándalo del Vaticano, podría echar al traste el ascenso del primer presidente de la Unión Europea y el resurgimiento del Cuarto Reich.

Based on the true story of a brave German nurse tasked with caring for Auschwitz’s youngest prisoners.

“Auschwitz Lullaby grabbed my heart and drew me in. A great choice for readers of historical fiction.” —Irma Joubert, author of The Girl from the Train

Auschwitz Lullaby brings to life the story of Helene Hannemann—a woman who sacrificed everything for family and fought furiously for the children she hoped to save.

On an otherwise ordinary morning in 1943, Helene Hannemann is preparing her five children for the day when the German police arrive at her home. Helene’s worst fears come true when the police, under strict orders from the SS, demand that her children and husband, all of Romani heritage, be taken into custody. Though Helene is German and safe from the forces invading her home, she refuses to leave her family—sealing her fate in a way she never could have imagined.

After a terrifying trek across the continent, Helene and her family arrive at Auschwitz and are thrown into the chaos of the camp. Her husband, Johann, is separated from them, but Helene remains fiercely protective of her children and those around her. When the powers-that-be discover that Helene is not only a German but also a trained nurse, she is forced into service at the camp hospital, which is overseen by the notorious Dr. Mengele himself.

Helene is under no illusions in terms of Dr. Mengele’s intentions, but she agrees to cooperate when he asks her to organize a day care and school for the Romani children in the camp. Though physically and emotionally brutalized by the conditions at Auschwitz, Helene musters the strength to protect the children in her care at any cost. Through sheer force of will, Helene provides a haven for the children of Auschwitz—an act of kindness and selflessness so great that it illuminates the darkest night of human history.

Based on a true story, Mario Escobar’s Auschwitz Lullaby demonstrates the power of sacrifice and the strength of human dignity—even when all hope seems lost.

La Serie Apocalipsis tiene como protagonista a Priscila Serrano, experta en criminología que fue educada en la fe cristiana. Desde que pasó por la Universidad fue cambiando su forma de ver la vida y de vivirla. Ha llegado a ser en su profesión una experta a la que el FBI recurre habitualmente para solucionar casos de asesinos en serie, conectados con rituales religiosos. En su vida personal, sin embargo , Priscila tiene vacíos por llenar. Estos relatos cortos son ideales para escucharlos en un viaje, caminando, o en casa mientras trabajamos.La desaparición de varias jóvenes en la ciudad de Nueva Orleans aterroriza a sus habitantes. Priscila Serrano ha conseguido convertirse en una famosa investigadora de asesinos ritualistas. Sin embargo, este parece un caso de secuestros. Ante la aparición de los primeros cadáveres, el FBI envía a Priscila a la ciudad, y ésta llega acompañada del agente Ray Charles. La misión es descubrir al peligroso secuestrador y asesino.Junto a las víctimas se han encontrado vestigios de ceremonias vudú. Se descubre también que todas las jóvenes desaparecidas eran vírgenes, y que pertenecían a una organización similar a los Niños Exploradores. Las cosas se complican cuando la detective averigua que el caso está relacionado con un antiguo escándalo de Nueva Orleans, el cual hasta el momento muchos interesados han tratado de ocultar. Durante la investigación, Priscila y Ray descubren que, de manera sobrenatural, el poder del mal se cierne sobre la ciudad.
Versión narrada (un solo intérprete)La Serie Apocalipsis tiene como protagonista a Priscila Serrano, experta en criminología que fue educada en la fe cristiana. Desde que pasó por la Universidad fue cambiando su forma de ver la vida y de vivirla. Ha llegado a ser en su profesión una experta a la que el FBI recurre habitualmente para solucionar casos de asesinos en serie, conectados con rituales religiosos. En su vida personal, sin embargo, Priscila tiene vacíos por llenar. Estos relatos cortos son ideales para escucharlos en un viaje, caminando, o en casa mientras trabajamos.La desaparición de varias jóvenes en la ciudad de Nueva Orleans aterroriza a sus habitantes. Priscila Serrano ha conseguido convertirse en una famosa investigadora de asesinos ritualistas. Sin embargo, este parece un caso de secuestros. Ante la aparición de los primeros cadáveres, el FBI envía a Priscila a la ciudad, y esta llega acompañada del agente Ray Charles. La misión es descubrir al peligroso secuestrador y asesino.Junto a las víctimas se han encontrado vestigios de ceremonias vudú. Se descubre también que todas las jóvenes desaparecidas eran vírgenes, y que pertenecían a una organización similar a los Niños Exploradores. Las cosas se complican cuando la detective averigua que el caso está relacionado con un antiguo escándalo de Nueva Orleans, el cual hasta el momento muchos interesados han tratado de ocultar. Durante la investigación, Priscila y Ray descubren que, de manera sobrenatural, el poder del mal se cierne sobre la ciudad.
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