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The cover to The Treasure of the Black Swan by Paco Roca and Guillermo Corral, featuring the authors' names and title in a cream colors against a dark teal background. At the bottom of the cover are the remains of what apepars to be an underwater shipwreck, including a grinning skull. There is also a gold sticker reading, "AMC+. Now an original AMC miniseries."
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Paco Roca, Guillermo Corral, Translator: Andrea Rosenberg

The Treasure of the Black Swan

On sale date: June 14, 2022

This thrilling graphic novel, based on real events and which has been adapted into an AMC Plus miniseries (La Fortuna) starring Stanley Tucci, chronicles the intense legal and political battles sparked by the discovery of a priceless shipwreck.

A Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selection

May 2007. When an American treasure-hunting company uncovers a shipwreck containing the greatest underwater trove ever found, the world is captivated by their discovery. But over in Spain, a group of low-level government officials surmises that the sunken ship is in fact an ancient Spanish vessel. Thus begins a legal and political thriller, pitting a group of idealistic diplomats against a rich and powerfully connected treasure hunter, in which vital cultural artifacts and hundreds of millions of dollars hang in the balance.

Cartoonist Paco Roca and writer Guillermo Corral bring a cinematic flair to this graphic novel, combining threads of Tintin-inspired seafaring adventure, political intrigue, tense courtroom drama, and, in the midst of it all, a budding romance. A gripping dramatization of a little-known, unbelievable true story of money, political power, and cultural heritage.

The Treasure of the Black Swan was adapted into an original television series, La Fortuna, starring Stanley Tucci and debuted in the US on AMC Plus in January 2022.

Praise

"A gripping account of one of the most dramatic cases of [writer Corral's diplomatic] career. Artist Roca's charming, Tintin-influenced artwork finds the drama and humanity in even the most mundane of clerical duties." — Publishers Weekly (Starred Review)

"Based on actual events, the story is enthralling and will be attractive to fans of legal thrillers." — Booklist

Specs

Pages
224
Format
Hardback
Color
Full-color
Dimensions
7.3" × 10.8"
ISBN-13
9781683965787
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