Juan de Recacoechea to sign books at Libreria Martinez in Santa Ana

Libreria Martinez in Santa Ana and one of Bolivia’s most prominent living authors, Juan de Recacoechea would like to personally invite you to come and participate in the reading/signing of Recacoechea’s english version of his best selling novel, American Visa. The reading/signing will be on Sunday, October 28th at 1:00 PM.

Armed with fake papers, a handful of gold nuggets, and a snazzy custom-made suit, an unemployed schoolteacher with a singular passion for detective fiction sets out from small-town Bolivia on a desperate quest for an American visa, his best hope for escaping his painful past and reuniting with his grown son in Miami.

Make a smart stop at the Libreria Martinez Books & Art Gallery for this years’ Holiday shopping!!!(It’s never too early to start shopping) We have new releases such as

  • Isabel’s Cantina : Bold Latin flavors from the new California kitchen
  • “Daughters of Juarez” or “Las Hijas de Juarez” by Teresa Rodriguez
  • “Revolution of Hope” by Former Mexican president, Vicente Fox
  • “El Arte de la Infidelidad” by Enrique Gratas
  • “El Regalo del Tiempo” by Jorge Ramos
  • “The Secret” or “El Secreto” by Rhonda Byrnes
  • “The Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao” by Junot Diaz
  • “Cesar Chavez: Autobiography of La Causa” by Jacques E. Levy
  • “La Historia de Ana” by Jenna Bush
  • “Talent is Never Enough” or “El Talento Nunca es Suficiente” by John C. Maxwell
  • “The Search for a Civic Voice: California Latino Politics” by Kenneth C. Burt
  • “Thriving Latina Entrepreneurs in America” by Maria de Lourdes Sobrino
  • “Quien Se Llevo Mi Cliente?” by Eduardo Figueroa
  • “A Phoenix Rising” by Bryan Nash
  • “Latino Writers and Journalists” by Jaime Martinez-Wood
  • “Once Upon a Quincenera” by Julia Alvarez
  • “Frank del Olmo : Commentaries on His Times”
  • “Still Water Saints” or “Santos de Agua Mansa, California” by Alex Espinoza
  • “Ask a Mexican” by Columnist Gustavo Arellano
  • “The Guardians” by Ana Castillo
  • “Redes para Dummies”
  • “Internet para Dummies”

And don’t forget the oldies but goodies

  • “Rain of Gold” by Victor Villasenor
  • “Mexican Calendar Girls”
  • “The Teachings of Don Juan” or “Las Ensenanzas de Don Juan” by Carlos Castaneda
  • “The Four Agreements” or “Los Cuatro Acuerdos” by Don Miguel Ruiz
  • “The Mastery of Love” or “La Maestria del Amor” by Don Miguel Ruiz
  • “Pedro Paramo” or “Llano en Llamas” by Juan Rulfo
  • “Like Water for Chocolate” or “Como Agua para Chocolate” by Laura Esquivel
  • “One Hundred Years of Solitude” or “Cien Anos de Soledad” by Gabriel

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