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Original title: No tan elemental
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Original title: No tan elemental

Now put yourself in the skin of Sherlock Holmes, the master of deduction, the most skilful investigator of all time, a precursor to semiotics, scientific method and disciplines such as cryptography, medicine and hypnosis. Using these skills he can determine the profession of anyone who passes him by. He can tell where they came from, where they’re going and what’s bothering them. He can deduce their intentions, what they’re hiding and whether they’re lying or telling the truth. 

It’s not a simple task. Well, the objective that Daniel Tubau sets for us is to find out the method used by the most celebrated detective of them all. Learn to read faces, identify clues that may seem banal, decipher enigmas and solve mental teasers. At the end of the day it’s all about seeing through appearances and getting to know the world beyond the obvious.  

Dear reader. Look around you. What do you see? Probably nothing out of the ordinary. An everyday image: trivial, insignificant things. A typical scene.

A fascinating exploration of the personality and deductive methods of an iconic character

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Publishing date: | 368 pages | ISBN: 978-84-344-1903-2 | Imprint: Editorial Ariel

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