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"The Secret Supper" is available in abridge (2 CD set) and unabridge (6 CD set) Audiobook versions. Published by Simon&Schuster Audio, the book is read by Simon Jones. You can hear a clip by clicking in the icon below and to obtain more information about this product by clicking here.

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Javier Sierrane of the most outstanding authors on the Spanish literary scene, Javier Sierra was born in the northeastern Spanish town of Teruel in August 1971. From an early age he was fascinated by the world of communications, conducting his first radio program in Radio Heraldo at the age of twelve. By the time he was sixteen, he was writing articles for the press, and at eighteen he was one of the founders of the international magazine Año Cero (Year Zero). At the age of twenty-seven, he became editor of the well-known Spanish monthly magazine Más Allá de la Ciencia (Beyond Science).

    Sierra studied Journalism at the Complutense University of Madrid, and published his first book in 1995. He is the author of three books of nonfiction concerning historical and scientific enigmas, as well as four successful novels.

    His first literary undertaking, La Dama Azul (The Lady in Blue, 1998), describes in detail the trances and bilocation of a nun from Soria, María Jesús of Ágreda (1602-1665), which Sierra attributes to her listening to certain types of sacred music and prayers of a very specific musical cadence, which provoked this mystical state in the mind of this “servant of God.”

    This first novel was the beginning os Sierra's vocation to use literature as a vehicle to solve some of the great mysteries of the past. The author meticulously researches these mysteries, thereby heightening their enigma, in his quest to arrive at a probable solution to the questions they pose.

   The success of The Lady in Blue was soon followed by other novels dealing with historical enigmas: Las puertas templarias (The Templar Doors, 2000), El secreto egipcio de Napoleón (Napoleon’s Egyptian Secret, 2002) and La cena secreta (The Secret Supper, 2004), which was the finalist of the prestigious novel prize Ciudad de Torrevieja and consequently made an immediate appearance on the bestseller lists of Spain and Latin America. Sierra’s books have been translated into twenty five languages, demonstrating that his passion for the mysteries of the past is something universal.

Javier Sierra    Sierra is extremely well known in his native Spain and has contributed frequently to both radio and television broadcasts. He collaborated on the famous Telecinco late night Crónicas Marcianas (2000-2004) and regularly contributes to important radio shows such as Milenio 3 (Cadena SER Radio), Herrera en la Onda and La rosa de los vientos (both of which aired on Onda Cero Radio). In the spring of 2004 Sierra presented and directed his own television show at Telemadrid, El otro lado de la realidad (The Other Side of Reality), to much acclaim.

   Persistent, inquisitive, and incisive, Sierra has visited more than twenty countries, probing their mysteries. Egypt is the country he is most familiar with, having travelled there on many occasions since 1995. During his research in Turkey, he sought (and found) the controversial map of Piri Reis, a document offering definitive proof that Christopher Columbus arrived in America thanks to previous navigational charts made prior to 1492, which already reflected the New World in their routes. Another of Sierra’s frequent destinations is Peru, where he participated in archaeological digs to find the lost Incan gold that Atahualpa hid when Pizarro arrived in Cuzco. According to Sierra, this sacred gold lies buried in an undergroundnetwork of passageways whose ingenious engineering surpassed that of the Andean priests of the sixteenth century.

   Sierra’s collected works include Roswell, secreto de Estado (Edaf, 1995), La España extraña (Edaf, 1997, con Jesús Callejo), La Dama Azul (Martínez Roca, 1998), Las puertas templarias (Martínez Roca, 2000), En busca de la Edad de Oro (Grijalbo, 2000), El secreto egipcio de Napoleón (La Esfera, 2002) y La Cena Secreta (Plaza & Janés, 2004).

   Javier Sierra lives in Málaga on the Costa del Sol, where he currently has seven more books in the works. His primary aspiration is to devote himself entirely to his two no longer secret passions: travelling and writing.

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The Other Side of Reality
Javier Sierra is the host of the weekly TV program "The Other Side of Reality" in Telemadrid, the channel for Madrid city an all the central Spain region. His program is devoted to Secret History, Supernatural and Frontiers of Science.

Javier Sierra is very well known in Spain thanks to his frequent apparitions in Radio and Television Shows. He is a well known guest to speak about mysteries of the History and Science.

Between 1998 and 2005, Javier Sierra was the Editor of the monthly magazine "Más Allá de la Ciencia" (Beyond Science), distributed in Spain and Latin America. Actually, he is the Editor Consultant of this magazine. His experience in the publishing field extends to the montly magazine "Revista de Arqueología" (Archaeology Review), the most important publication of its genre in Spain.