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You could find and download any of books you like and save it into your disk without any problem at all. By storing or accessing Cronica De Una Muerte Anunciada, ebooks on your computer, your have found the answers., It tells, in the form of a pseudo- journalistic reconstruction, the story of the murder of Santiago Nasar by the two Vicario brothers. The non-linear story, told by an anonymous narrator, begins with the morning of Santiago Nasar's death.
In a small town on the northern coast of Colombia, on the morning after the biggest wedding the town has ever seen, Santiago Nasar , a local man and mostly upstanding citizen, is brutally murdered outside his own front door. Pablo and Pedro intimidate Angela into giving them the name of the man who deflowered her. She—perhaps on an impulse, or perhaps sincerely—tells them it was Santiago Nasar. They go about town announcing their intentions to all who will listen, such that Santiago is one of the last people to learn that his life is in danger. Some of the townspeople try to prevent the murder but fail, others are too frightened to do so, and still others want Santiago dead.