Alberto Valle wins the L'H Confidencial black novel award with 'Everyone had stopped dancing'

The Barcelona-born writer and journalist Alberto Valle has won the 16th Premi de Novel·la Negra L'H Confidencial with 'Everyone had stopped dancing', a book orchestrated around the murder of Francisco Rovirosa, also known as 'the crime of the existentialists', in the Barcelona of the early sixties.

Alberto Valle wins the L'H Confidencial black novel award with 'Everyone had stopped dancing'

The Barcelona-born writer and journalist Alberto Valle has won the 16th Premi de Novel·la Negra L'H Confidencial with 'Everyone had stopped dancing', a book orchestrated around the murder of Francisco Rovirosa, also known as 'the crime of the existentialists', in the Barcelona of the early sixties.

The novel, presented under the pseudonym Fermín Valero, has been valued by the jury for its literary quality and for the recreation of the Barcelona of the 60s, with the arrival of American jazz in the Raval, the City Council of L 'Hospitalet de Llobregat and Roca Editorial in a statement.

Valle (Barcelona, ​​1977) is the author, under the pseudonym Pascual Ulpiano, of the series 'Palop', a collection of 'pulp' literature in its black and criminal side, and in 2018 he won the City of Vila Narrative Prize -real with 'I am the dead man's revenge'.

The award jury was chaired by Councilor David Quirós, along with Blanca Rosa Roca, Ilumi Ramos, Jordi Canal and Alex Martín, and the award, to which 162 originals had been submitted, is endowed with 12,000 euros. The award ceremony and the presentation of the work will take place at the Biblioteca La Bòbila in L'Hospitalet in November and the novel will be published by Roca Editorial.

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