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Maria Jesus Peregrin's new novel, "The limit of Roche", is presented in the Escenico Space

Maria Jesus Peregrin (journalist and writer) presented her fourth novel, 'El Limit de Roche', at the Pulpi Scenic Space on Wednesday, May 25th.

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Maria Jesus Peregrin's new novel, "The limit of Roche", is presented in the Escenico Space

Maria Jesus Peregrin (journalist and writer) presented her fourth novel, 'El Limit de Roche', at the Pulpi Scenic Space on Wednesday, May 25th. Juan Pedro Garcia, the mayor of Pulpi attended the event. Antonio Caceres, from Pulpil, introduced Antonio Caceres, the Councilor for Culture of the City Council.

"El limit de Roche" is a story set in Florence, Italy. The author of the novel has exceptional documentation to support her claims. "This book is about the mysterious memory gaps of Enzo Marchetti, a prominent perfumer, which keep Florence police in control, who investigates the sudden appearance of a corpse under strange circumstances and its relation with other murders in the past," said the author. She also explained the origin of the title: "In astronomy Roche Limit is the minimum distance an object orbiting around a larger one can endure before it disintegrates in a tidal tsunami of epic dimensions. A tide that eats everything.

In addition to presenting her novel, which involves astronomy and a plot that revolves around art and perfumes, she also showed another aspect of her facets yesterday, the artistic side. She displayed her exhibit of watercolors titled 'Variations on a Same Flower'. It consists of 30 sheets of watercolors. He admitted that he made a conscious effort during quarantine to be happy, with what he had: Chinese ink, a knife, and a coffee spoon.

Maria Jesus Peregrin was born in Larache (Morocco) on October 30, 1956. She has repeatedly stated that she feels Pulpi. She studied Law in Granada, and has worked in many media, including Patria, La Hoja del Lunes or Diario Liberacion' in Madrid.

You can also hear her on radio stations like M-80, Radio Minuto Las Palmas and Cadena COPE in the Canary Islands. She has been an editor at Canal Sur Television's Information Services in Seville since February 1989. There she worked on N1, N2, Fin de Semana and other news programs. She also directed the traffic program, 'Buen Viaje.

Previous to the "Roche Limit"; in 2013, she published her first novel, titled "The Harper Vision", and in 2016, "The greengrocer did no argue with the jam"; and in 2017, "Sibyl, daughter of wolves".

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