|aLa sexta lamentacion /|cby William Brodrick ; traduccion de Maria Jose Delgado Sanchez.
|aMadrid :|bSuma de Letras,|cc2005.
|a568 p. ;|c18 cm.
|aPunto de lectura ;|v643/1
|aTitulo original: The sixth lamentation.
|aBased partly on the author's own life and family history, The sixth lamentation is an intelligent thriller full of twists, turns, and surprises that moves effortlessly back and forth in time between occupied France and modern day England. Edward Schwermann, an old man living in England in the mid-90s, seeks sanctuary in a Suffolk priory. Agnes Aubret has just been diagnosed with terminal motor neuron disease.