Why must the series’ main character die? Or maybe nothing is what it seems?

Continuation of “The Twelve Doors” series. NOW IN ENGLISH! #1 bestseller in Spain, Mexico and the United States (Spanish Version). #1 bestseller historical thriller and mystery series in Spain for the last two years. More than 600.000 readers.

IMPORTANT: This is the sixth book of the saga. You need to read the previous five books, all available on Amazon.

Two stories narrated in parallel. The first one is about the Holy Inquisition in Spain, where the main characters are the European humanists Luis Vives, among Erasmus of Rotterdam and Thomas More. All the characters lived in their time period, and every narrated fact occurred in reality. The second story stars a group of friends from the actual Valencia that discover that the mystery they thought was solved, in reality, has just started.

Their main characters are still the historian Rebecca Mercader and her mysterious friend Carlota Penella, whose fame has surpassed the novel series itself. It isn’t strange because they are among the most Intelligent women in Europe.

The reader changes the story every 7-8 pages. Different characters and tales are separated by more than six hundred years. It looks like two novels in one. The reader starts asking himself, why am I reading two stories with no apparent connections? The simple answer is that you will figure it out if you keep reading. Maybe they have more connections than you think, and nothing is what it seems.

Mystery, thriller and real history, a cocktail that makes the universe of ‘The Twelve Doors’ a novel series that is entertaining and easy to read that won’t allow you to put the book down.

(Valencia, Spain, 1966, currently living in IRELAND)
An excerpt from an interview from Tribuna Libre

QUESTION: What a title you have chosen for the sixth book of “The Twelve Doors”!
ANSWER: Of course, it’s very meaningful.
Q: Don’t tell me that Rebecca, who is one of the main characters, dies?
A: It’s possible. Nothing is forever, but I’m afraid that you will have to re-enter the mysteries and intrigue of the novel to understand the title. What is clear is that there is less and less time for the saga to end, and very surprising and unexpected events are going to happen.
Q: Do we continue with the background of the Inquisition in the historical part and with the same characters in the current part, in the 21st century, right?
A: Yes, the main characters remain the same, but the story evolves until it reaches a climax, a very mysterious and disturbing ending at the same time. Without a doubt, the saga is getting more intense as we approach its end.
Q: Now, let’s talk about you. You studied an MBA degree, learned languages… to finish up being a politician and a writer.
A: Hahahaha, if you say it like that, it seems like I’ve been doing worse, right? Having been a councilman in my hometown for more than six years, apart from being an honor, is a vocation just as being a writer.

This book may have a somewhat crazy start, with Rebecca and Carlota’s extravagant birthday celebration, but after that, we may be in for some drama…


“The Twelve Doors is the best saga of thrillers I have read in ten years. With simple language that manages to keep you in suspense until the last line. You finish a chapter and you need to read the next one. Vicente Raga it’s a real find."

Harald Brook

Tribuna Libre

“Sell more than Ken Follet last Christmas in Spain is far from the reach of many. In my house, there isn’t one that hasn’t read it, even my three sons. Dynamic narrative and a documented novel. Very recommendable.” 

Roberto Marín

Florida Books

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