In 1875, Mauricio Sargal, libertine and bon vivant, an Antillean millionaire returned to Spain, is obliged to go back to Cuba when he finds out his sister, Dulce, has disappeared.
To discover what has happened to her, he will have to face his brother-in-law in Siboney: a fugitive from justice who has managed through the years, at the cost of all his scruples, to assemble the greatest fortune in the whole of the Spanish Empire, from the mother country to its overseas possessions.
A moving novel about a woman’s mysterious disappearance in colonial Havana.
A great novel of action set in colonial Cuba and industrial Barcelona at the end of the 19th century, against the backdrop of the slave trade and the height of the textile mills.
There are great fortunes that originated with a crime. Others cover up hundreds. Vanished in Siboney will make the reader travel from the industrial Barcelona to the colonial Cuba in just a split second.