Ignacio Martínez de Pisón is a best-selling literary author and a pivotal figure in the Spanish literary scene. He has published over a dozen titles, including novels, short-stories and a major book of narrative non-fiction (Enterrar a los muertos, 2005 – International Rodolfo Walsh Prize and Dulce Chacón Award). Among his novels one should mention Carreteras secundarias, that has two film adaptations, a Spanish and a French one, and El tiempo de las mujeres. His novel El día de mañana won the National Critics Prize, the Espartaco Award, the Ciutat de Barcelona Award and was shortlisted for the European Book of the Year 2011.
La buena reputación was published by Seix Barral in April 2014. A sweeping family saga set over the course of a fascinating period of Spain’s history (1950 – 1987). In this novel, winner of the National Book Award 2015, Ignacio Martínez de Pisón returns to the themes that have earned him his rightful place as the foremost purveyor of fact-based fiction.