Javier Hernández (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 1968) works as a lawyer and officer in the Local Administration.

He is a writer who analyzes society and he uses literature to tell us what is happening around him and which are its causes, because he has the ambition of wake up people’s consciousness. He thought that memory is the real society’s legacy and he reflects that in his novels: El fondo de los charcos (finalist of Benito Perez Armas Award in 2009), Los días prometidos a la muerte (Canarias Lee 2012 program) or El sueño de Goslar (Santa Cruz Ciudad leída 2013 program and Red de Biblioteca).

He has published Un camino a través del infierno with M.A.R. Editor. With this novel, Javier was finalist in the International Thriller Award L’H Confidencial 2013 and he got the jury’s Special Mention.



Tittle: Un camino a través del infierno

Synopsis: In the beginning of a new electioneering, Mat Fernández, a private detective, tries to clarify his wife’s murder. During the investigation, he will enter into a dazzling environment, but dark and violent at the same time. He will discover that his investigations related to the election campaign and to a network of corruption and secret problems in the democratic system. In this context of power and corruption, Mat will continue with his case and, finally, he will go into an end full of tension, death and blood.

(This work has been published in Spanish by MAR Editor. Rights are available in other languages). 

Tittle: El sueño de Goslar

Synopsis: Alex Stibrings is a woman trapped in the unknowns of a sculpture, a bronze fighter located in Santa Cruz. In front of her, the inspector Carles Pedregal investigates a theft which represents a challenge to the police system: the theft of a Henry Moores’s emblematic work.

Santa Cruz has never been the environment of great women stories or big deeds. Thanks to Javier Hernández, a reference author of the thriller in Canarian Isles, we can enter, forty years ago, into an eternal time of silence, forgetfulness and mythological sculptures.

(This work was published (2012) in Spanish by Ediciones Agere. Rights are available in other languages).

Tittle: El fondo de los charcos

Synopsis: 1937, jail of Fyffes. Throughout the surrealist cross-arm of his prison cell, a poet observes a town in war times, a town that accepts Death as a power that fertilizes the soil and feeds the sea.

Seventy years later, in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, there are other horrible things that shine in our time, a time of bitterness and dark troubles.

(This work has been published by Ediciones Baile del Sol. Right are available in other languages).

Tittle: Die Fohlen

Synopsis: Thomas Vettel was the last die fohlen, a generation of football players who played as savage animals because of their youth, huge dreams and unusual anarchic talent. In the seventies of the past century, this generation changed the established order in the Bayern Munich.

Nowadays, Vettel uses to visit night clubs and works as freelance, publishing chronicles in Bild newspaper. He lives calmly in the Mönchengladbach homestead until he receives two news: his last medical analysis results and the announcement of his ex-wife’s death. Vettel flies immediately to go to the funeral and to care about a daughter that he has never seen.

When he arrives at the island (Tenerife), he finds a different town: everything has changed. Now, Canarian Isles are a Moroccan protectorate and oil wars have transformed the archipelago, in which Turkish mafia is free to act. Besides, they know a secret that they will use against Vettel when her daughter is kidnapped. To rescue her, he will be forced to do what he does best: to murder. He has to kill five persons and the victims’ blood tours the Rin route. The method is simple: he receives a name and when he has finished his job he receives the next. On this road of crimes and blood, Vettel is accompanied by Aysell, a Turkish Hitman and finally, both of them have to answer a huge question: Are they disposed to do anything in their purpose to save a life?

(Rights are available in any language).

Tittle: Los ojos del Puente (Mat Fernández series)

Synopsis: 1967. It is a night of July in Los Angeles when Toni Barrera puts on his gloves and takes the gun. Figueroa is almost a dead man. It is like a lost novel, because lost novels don’t say anything. But it is also past, and the past has always a role in eternity. Past has consequences and the detective Mat Fernández will check it when the order of an eccentric rich man guides him to a series of murders committed between Los Angeles, San Francisco and Santa Cruz in 1967. During the investigation Mat will meet Bravo’s family, who has the control of the political, economic and social power in the island. But the question now is: Can a novel explain past and future? Mat should find an answer thought the eyes of memory.

 (Rights are available in any language).




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