WHEN PERFORMING FOR A LIVING TURNS INTO PERFORMING FOR YOUR LIFE
Javier Conde wakes up on the floor of an underground cellar covered in newspapers with his picture on the front page. He is chained to the wall and has many shattered bones. Digging in his memories, Conde, a famous theatrical actor, discovers his abduction is related to the play where he is the lead role as the Phantom of the Opera. If he is to make it alive, Conde will have to undertake an inner journey to face his most brutal demons with the unexpected help of an unlikely ally.
Downtown Madrid is the stage where the mysterious murders of two women take place. Mónica Lago and Rayco Medina investigate the cases and inadvertently play a role in an entangled plot of deception and betrayal that engulfs them.
More than 20,000 copies sold worldwide, translated into several languages.
Luis A. Santamaría (Spain, 1985) is a writer and engineer. He lives with his partner, Silvia, and his dog Yoda, whom he loves with devotion. He is fascinated by all fiction formats, cuisine (working on it and savoring it), and playing the piano.
Backstaged is the sixth book of his catalog, that was preceded by Reflections in the mirror, Oli's secret, The butterfly effect, Twenty twenty-three, and Hidden Signals.