Princesses in Amsterdam
MANUEL JOSÉ RINCÓN DOMÍNGUEZ

Summary
Bogotá, Bangkok, Santo Domingo, Madrid and finally Amsterdam —its streets, the Red Light District, the cabins and the house of Anne Frank— are the stages of this story that mixes love, prostitution and solidarity between three women with different pasts and cultures struggling to survive; a novel that claims the feminine view of the world and the real value of stories and memory.

Data sheet
Category: Novel
ISBN: 978-958-5445-01-7
Publication date: 08/01/2017
Extent: 244 pp.
Format: 15 x 24 cm

Author´s biography

Manuel José Rincón Domínguez (Bogotá, 1963). Colombian journalist with a Master’s degree in Creative Writing from the University of Texas in El Paso, United States. His first short story book, Una daga en Alexanderplatz received the National Short Story City of Bogotá Award in 2006 under the title of El perro, el voyerista, la ambulancia y la vecina.